sagittal plane


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sagittal plane

n.
A longitudinal plane that divides the body of a bilaterally symmetrical animal into right and left sections.
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Contrastingly, the shoe effect on sagittal plane ankle biomechanics is very limited, in addition to having an inconsistent effect on athletic performance, although ankle flexion-extension movement is involved in both single-leg and double-leg jumps.
Some studies suggested that the TLJ should ideally be slightly lordotic, or at least neutral in the sagittal plane.
2) The constant Pelvi-Lewinnek angle is supported by our data revealing that changes in the rotation of the pelvis in the sagittal plane results in changes in APPt and SPT in a 1:1 ratio.
The work done by the hip joint moments in the sagittal plane was 0.
The 0 degree scanning section was five millimeters left to the median sagittal plane and the others pivoted on the dens of the axis (C2) and turned to left with 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, and 50 degrees respectively (Fig.
Voiding cysto-urethrography confirmed the presence of these two communicating structures (right and left parts), which lied adjacent to each other in the sagittal plane.
Fat-saturated (fs) T1-weighted image with contrast medium (cm), sagittal plane (left panel) and axial plane (middle panel).
hybrid serial-parallel kinematic structure consisting of a 1-DOF hip joint module and a 2-DOF knee joint module in the sagittal plane.
Sagittal plane views also show that the bristles incline toward the statocyst at the center of the apical organ, due to the concavity of the epithelial floor (Fig.
Skeletal relationships in the sagittal plane do not always correspond with dental relationships.
Our postural habits, stress and natural tendency to move mostly in the sagittal plane (forward, specifically) can all be to blame.