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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.

ipsilaterally

(ˌɪpsɪˈlætərəlɪ)
adv
in an ipsilateral manner
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Bone-conduction ABR behaviors of all subjects were retrieved ipsilaterally using the 0.1 ms alternating click stimuli.
The lump had been asymptomatic, although during the previous 3 months the patient had experienced pain in the shoulder and neck regions ipsilaterally. Fine-needle aspiration (FNA) biopsy was not diagnostic although fibromatotic tissue was suspected.
b) All nerve subnuclei in the midbrain project ipsilaterally to their individual extraocular muscles except the superior rectus nuclei
It occurs ipsilaterally or contralaterally, with no relation to the side of pain [10].
His physical examination revealed decreased vibration and proprioception and dysmetria on the left upper and lower extremities, with positive Babinski sign ipsilaterally, and no loss of temperature or pain sensations.
Knocking Down CRMP4 Caused Retinal Axons to Misproject Ipsilaterally. Similar to CRMP2, CRMP4 was also highly expressed in the retinal ganglion cell layer.
Combined upper and lower motor neuron lesions cause so-called alternating hemiplegia, because the deficit of upper motor neuron is manifested contralaterally while of the lower motor neuron - ipsilaterally. This often happens if the lesions are in the brainstem.
Classically, the middle scalene is described as acting to flex the cervical spine when contracting bilaterally, ipsilaterally laterally flex and contralaterally rotate the cervical spine when acting unilaterally, and to elevate the first and possibly the second rib with forced inspiration.
Presence or strength of lateralization is affected by variables such as species and individual differences, however it has also been proposed as a useful welfare indicator by Rogers (2010) because stressed animals can become more active in their right hemisphere, correlating ipsilaterally to greater dominance on the left side of the body.
There are also few cervical lymph nodes of normal size and consistency noted ipsilaterally. On intraoral examination the painless, firm, swelling located in the right hemi-mandibular body covered by a normal oral mucosa.
This theory has been supported by studies showing 50-75% of cases having positive lymph nodes ipsilaterally [4].