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8Feb 984
Anatomical terms of motion

Motion, the process of movement, is described using specific anatomical terms.Motion includes movement of organs, joints, limbs, and specific sections of the body.The terminology used describes this motion according to its direction relative to the anatomical position of the joints. Anatomists use a unified set of terms to describe most of the movements, although other, more specialized terms ...

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15Feb 1544
Types of Eye Movements and Their Functions

There are four basic types of eye movements: saccades, smooth pursuit movements, vergence movements, and vestibulo-ocular movements. The functions of each type of eye movement are introduced here; in subsequent sections, the neural circuitry responsible for three of these types of movements is presented in more detail (see Chapters 14 and 19 for further discussion of neural …

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25Feb 655
Eye: External Examination

Examination of the external eye includes inspection of the alignment and position of the eyes, and evaluation of surrounding structures, conjunctiva, sclera, cornea, iris, pupils and extraocular movements. Alignment, position of the eyes, the conjunctiva, and sclera: In evaluating alignment, shine a light into the eyes and evaluate the ...

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6Feb 1853

 · Hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in your lower rectum. Internal hemorrhoids are usually painless, but tend to bleed. External hemorrhoids may cause pain. Hemorrhoids (HEM-uh-roids), also called piles, are swollen veins in your anus and lower rectum, similar to varicose veins. Hemorrhoids can develop inside the rectum ...

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10Feb 1121
Internal and External Intercostal Muscles, Their ...

 · The internal and external intercostal muscles are very important muscles for respiration. This is true both because of their ability to assist us as we inhale and exhale, and also because of their ability to restrict our ability to breathe! If they are tight, their tension can restrict the ability of the ribs to move apart from one another ...

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18Feb 1526
How Scapular Movement Works: 3D Anatomy & Diagrams

See scapular movement in 3D. Go under the skin for an in-depth understanding! Liked this video? Please g...

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19Feb 834
Recommended Samsung External SSDs and How to Use Them

 · About External SSD. The SSD (solid-state drive) is a type of storage device that uses integrated circuit assemblies as memory to store data persistently, typically using flash memory.. Compared with HDDs, SSDs lack the physical spinning disks and movable read-write heads, which makes them smaller in size and more resistant to physical shock than HDDs.. And thanks to the fast …

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8Feb 1642
Hemorrhoids (Internal & External): Pictures, Symptoms ...

 · External hemorrhoids. External hemorrhoids are under the ... Don''t strain during a bowel movement or sit on the toilet for long periods.

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3Feb 1997
Integration of External Warehouse Management System ...

 · This ES bundle enables the exchange of logistics-relevant information like inbound and outbound deliveries and data related to the movement of goods within a tracking system and also offers replication of product, customer, and supplier master data from SAP ERP to the external warehouse management system.

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10Feb 1027
Understand External and Internal Respiration in 1 Minute ...

 · External respiration also known as breathing refers to a process of inhaling oxygen from the air into the lungs and expelling carbon dioxide from the lungs to the air. Exchange of gases both in and out of the blood occurs simultaneously. External respiration is a physical process during which oxygen is taken up by capillaries of lung alveoli ...

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17Feb 1563
External incontinence devices: MedlinePlus Medical ...

 · External incontinence devices. External incontinence devices are products (or appliances). These are worn on the outside of the body. They protect the skin from constant leakage of stool or urine. Certain medical conditions can cause people to lose control of their bowel or bladder.

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12Feb 762

The movement of higher plants are chiefly in the form of bending, twisting, and elongation of certain plant parts or organs. Spontaneous movement: There are other plant movements which take place spontaneously, without any external stimuli.These movements are described spontaneous or autonomic movements.

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10Feb 1736
Fetal Movement

 · Fetal movements felt by pregnant women are a sign that the fetus is growing in size and strength. The pregnant woman is usually the first to feel these movements, which can later be perceived by others. Women are often taught by their health care provider to monitor or be aware of the movements of the fetus. This can be a general awareness of fetal movements, or the women can be …

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15Feb 1174
Introduction to Human Biomechanics

External biomechanics describes external forces on body segments and their effect on body movement, Internal biomechanics are forces generated by the body tissues and their effect on movement. [7] " This included the muscle forces and the forces in bone s and joint s that result from transmission of the muscle forces through the skeleton".

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9Feb 968
Internal and External Rotation | Golf Loopy

External Movement. Close. Vote. Posted by 5 minutes ago. External Movement. Hello! I have been feeling internal movement for the past 3 weeks (19w4d). I have a bit of an apron belly. I was wondering when y''all with apron bellies could feel movement externally? I spend all day having the crud kicked out of me and am just excited for my partner ...

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8Feb 1840
Can you physically move an HDD external hard drive while ...

Technically yes, but an external hard drive is pretty sensitive for movement especially when operational. For example Seagate Barracuda, a HDD commonly found in external drive, can handle operating shock of 63G. However 63G shock is pretty high, w...

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23Feb 1463
External rotation | definition of external rotation by ...

external rotation: turning outwardly or away from the midline of the body, such as when a leg is externally rotated with the toes turned outward or away from the body''s midline.

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24Feb 1589
Internal vs external generation of movements: differential ...

 · The involvement of differential neural pathways during external (visual) guidance of movements by means of augmented feedback, in the sense that the additional external information relates to the movement itself and guides the movement to a correct execution, vs internally generated movements without such guidance, has not been addressed yet.

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19Feb 1674
Internal vs external focus: Effects on motor learning ...

Internal vs external focus: Effects on motor learning. A growing body of research is demonstrating that the focus of actions or movements is critical to how well athletes and patients respond to feedback from instructors or clinicians, and one of the central issues is the distinction between internal focus and external focus. By Cary Groner.

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20Feb 1500
Types of Body Movements | Anatomy and Physiology I

Movement that brings the anterior surface of the limb toward the midline of the body is called medial (internal) rotation. Conversely, rotation of the limb so that the anterior surface moves away from the midline is lateral (external) rotation (see Figure 3). Be sure to distinguish medial and lateral rotation, which can only occur at the ...

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5Feb 803
Anatomical Movements of the Human Body | Geeky Medics

Internal and external rotation (medial and lateral rotation) Rotation refers to movements made about the longitudinal axis and in the transverse plane. Internal rotation is rotating a joint towards the midline; external rotation is rotating a joint away from the midline.

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30Feb 1900
Reasons for Action: Internal vs. External (Stanford ...

 · On this view external reasons claims are all false but stem from an attempt to apply nonrational persuasion on others rather than from error; recently some philosophers have argued that we either do (Kalderon 2005) or should (Joyce 2001) use moral claims as convenient fictions for this purpose. In later work (1989), Williams proposes, more ...

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9Feb 1806
External Oblique: Definition, Function & Aponeurosis ...

 · The external oblique muscles are part of the abdominal muscles responsible for movement of the trunk, spine, and core. They assist in contracting the abdomen, twisting to …

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10Feb 866
What Is Internal and External Migration?

 · Usually, the motivations for internal and external migration differ. The reasons for internal migration are often educational or economic. For example, in the 19th century, many people migrated from the east coast to the west coast of the United States to take advantage of economic opportunities.

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9Feb 882
UC San Diego''s Practical Guide to Clinical Medicine

Observation of External Structures: Ocular Symmetry: Occasionally, one of the muscles that controls eye movement will be weak or foreshortened, causing one eye to appear deviated medially or laterally compared with the other.

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25Feb 1729
Types of Body Movements | Anatomy and Physiology I

Internal vs external generation of movements: differential ...

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1Feb 987
Forces That Move Stock Prices

 · Technical Factors. Things would be easier if only fundamental factors set stock prices. Technical factors are the mix of external conditions that alter …

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2Feb 1065
Internal vs external generation of movements: differential ...

It is commonly agreed that a functional dissociation with respect to the internal vs external control of movements exists for several brain regions. This has, however, only been tested in relation to the timing and preparation of motor responses, but not to ongoing movement control. Using functional …

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26Feb 1324
ACE Insights | Internal vs. External Cueing: How to Help ...

 · Although, existing literature heavily supports the use of external cues to enhance movement efficiency, all types of cueing should be utilized to improve and instruct human movement. When teaching a movement or exercise, start with two to three cues to influence the desired movement and make sure the client knows the purpose of the exercise.

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2Feb 703
External hemorrhoids: Causes, symptoms, and treatments

 · An external hemorrhoid is a hemorrhoid that occurs outside of the body in the veins around the anus. Caused by excess straining while passing stool, lifting heavy weights, and …

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19Feb 1846
Yoga Anatomy: External Hip Rotations for Yoga | Shades of Yoga

 · External hip rotation is the movement used in yoga poses such as the standing balancing pose known as Tree Pose. Another yoga pose that requires external hip rotation is Warrior II. External hip rotations are important for creating balance in our yoga poses. ''External hip rotation'' is the anatomy term used for this particular hip movement.

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16Feb 1722
External Fixation

An external fixator crossing a joint can often be removed within 3 or 4 weeks, and exercises can be initiated. An alternative at the proximal interphalangeal joint is a hinged external fixator that can allow immediate active movement. External fixation is very useful for neutralizing forces across complex articular reconstructions.

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