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ip·si·lat·er·al

 (ĭp′sə-lăt′ər-əl)
adj.
Located on or affecting the same side of the body.

[Alteration of Latin ipse, self + lateral.]

ip′si·lat′er·al·ly adv.
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ipsilateral

or

ipselateral

adj
(Medicine) on or affecting the same side of the body
[C20: irregularly formed from Latin ipse self + lateral]
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ip•si•lat•er•al

(ˌɪp səˈlæt ər əl)

adj.
pertaining to, situated on, or affecting the same side of the body.
[1905–10; < Latin ipsi- comb. form of ipse itself, the very one + lateral]
ip`si•lat′er•al•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ipsilateral - on or relating to the same side (of the body)
contralateral - on or relating to the opposite side (of the body)
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Translations
ipsilateral

ip·si·lat·er·al

a. ipsilateral, ipsolateral, que afecta el mismo lado del cuerpo.
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Con cuatro meses de edad, presento por aproximadamente dos meses, dolor y edema de la extremidad inferior derecha, deformidad angular anterior de pierna y contractura con ligera limitacion para la flexion de la rodilla e inversion leve de pie homolateral. La hipeostosis cortical fue comprobada con radiografia del miembro inferior (no presentado).
Esta caracteristica marca a primeira fase do desenvolvimento da lateralidade que, segundo Drouet (1990), e definida como a capacidade de integracao com o ambiente, atraves do estabelecimento da dominancia homolateral da mao, olho e pe, correspondendo ao uso preferencial de um lado do corpo.
One micro screw electrode (1.0 mm in diameter) was then fixed using dental cement onto the skull surface 7.0 mm posterior and 1.0 mm levo-lateral to the zero point (the Bregma point) to record the P300 of the parietal lobe.[12] A successful molding is determined when the rat exhibits the following appearances: the rat's left anterior limb adducts and inflects when awake, homolateral Homer signs are positive, and the rat exhibits left circling when crawling or inclining to the left when standing.
A few studies that used the entire mandible included mechanical tests with the possibility of applying homolateral and contralateral levers (Pereira-Filho et al, 2013; Trivellato et al., 2014).
Facial Muscle Spasm (FMS) refers to the stiffness or clonus of muscles controlled by homolateral facial nerves, which is painless, intermittent, unspontaneous and irregular.
Homolateral and contralateral masking of tinnitus by noise bands and pure tones.
Analogous results were found in a similar study conducted in Malaysia, with mean values above 75% for physical and social functioning, which positively characterizes the maintenance of living conditions, and social and leisure activities among affected women.(20) The impairment of physical and social functioning reflects a reduction in the socio-occupational participation of these women regarding their involvement in daily situations often impaired by decreased mobility in the homolateral arm of breast cancer (1) that results in worsening QoL concerning these domains.
An animal will be considered as cataleptic if it is allowed to cross the anterior and later legacy homolateral. Note the time this activity takes place if it occurs.
of Residual vascular risk Residual shunt Stroke factors shunt grade etiology 1 4 No -- Not cardioembolic 2 0 No -- Not cardioembolic 3 3 No -- CS 4 3 Yes Moderate Not cardioembolic 5 2 No -- Atheroembolic (homolateral carotid stenosis) 6 4 No -- Not cardioembolic 7 2 Yes Mild Not cardioembolic 8 3 Yes Mild Not cardioembolic 9 0 No -- Cardioembolic (presumed LA thrombosis) 10 3 No -- Cardioembolic (AF) 11 2 No -- Not cardioembolic 12 2 No -- Atheroembolic (homolateral carotid stenosis) 13 3 Yes Mild Cardioembolic (AF) All patients with recurrent stroke returned to the clinic for examination, except one patient, for whom only brain imaging was available, and the etiology of recurrent stroke could not be investigated (patient number 3).
Regolisti et al., "Combined Conn's syndrome and subclinical hypercortisolism from an adrenal adenoma associated with homolateral renal carcinoma," American Journal of Hypertension, vol.
The evaluation of the topographic distribution indicated a stronger effect, consistent across multiple frequency bands, in the left frontal regions, homolateral to the anode (+) (Figure 3).