retropulsion


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retropulsion

(ˌrɛtrəʊˈpʌlʃən)
n
(Medicine) med an abnormal tendency to walk backwards: a symptom of Parkinson's disease
Translations
rétropropulsion
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Para el analisis estadistico, los items de la seccion motora de la UHDRS fueron agrupados en 10 dimensiones: 1) Alteraciones oculomotoras (seguimiento ocular, inicio de movimientos sacadicos, velocidad de las sacadas), 2) Disartria, 3) Protrusion Lingual, 4) Luria, 5) Bradicinesia (golpeteo de los dedos, pronosupinacion), 6) Rigidez, 7) Distonia, 8) Corea, 9) Alteraciones del equilibrio y 10) Retropulsion.
The fracture appeared chronic and included retropulsion of the bone and 50% spinal canal compromise.
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External signs include chemosis, external ophthalmoplegia, increased resistance to retropulsion, orbital ecchymosis, proptosis, and subconjunctival hemorrhage.
If they have problems with their stride it can cause retropulsion where they're falling backward.
The correction of fetal presentation, position and postures by adopting retropulsion, extension, traction and rotation was performed before forced extraction was attempted (Fig.
Retropulsion of intervertebral discs associated with traumatic hyperextension of the cervical spine and absence of vertebral fracture: an uncommon mechanism of spinal cord injury.
Current measures assess one or multiple components of agility, including unidirectional, bidirectional, and multidirectional movements, which may or may not include retropulsion and rapid acceleration and deceleration transitions when changing direction [4,6].
The mass had a superficial vascular pattern and the well-defined anterior border was soft, yellow, slightly elevated, convex-shaped, easily repositioned into the orbit with a cotton tip applicator, and it could be made more prominent by retropulsion of the globe.