PLICA


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12D) o con plicas radiales que se extienden o no a su margen posterior (Fig.
ipertonici (7) quanto l'ulteriore effetto sulla sensibilita dolorifica siano i principali responsabili dell'efficacia della manipolazione, e cio confuta decisamente la teoria dell'intrappolamento della plica sinoviale.
During arthroscopy, a stiff medial parapatellar plica was noted, which was contacting and impinging on the medial femoral condyle (MFC) during knee flexion (Figures 5 and 6).
Trauma with repetitive knee movement leads to inflammation and thickening of the plica, resulting in medial plica syndrome.
That revealed a small joint effusion and thin medial plica.
The plica semilunaris and caruncle are also considered to be part of the conjunctiva.
I had a medial plica on my knee and no one could solve the problem.
Finding the cause is difficult; whether it's subluxation, instability, plica, tendinitis, or simply a noisy knee, "all of it will be described to you as pain.
Konjonktiva daha dikkatli incelendiginde her iki bulber ve palpebral konjonktivada, ozellikle plica interna ve fornikslerde solucanvari hareket eden, translusen yaklasik 1-2 mm boyutunda cok sayida larva gozlendi (Resim 1, 2, 3).
Plica, the newest model from Molami, is a slim on-ear headphone that exudes effortless style, without compromising audio quality.
El libro confirma las cualidades del poeta en sus numerosas obras anteriores, asi como la nota del jurado, constituido por Daniela Camacho, Saul Ibargoyen y Juan Antonio Rosado Zacarias, quienes senalaron que decidieron: "Otorgar por unanimidad el premio unico e indivisible al poemario titulado Cenizas del mediodia, presentado a concurso con el seudonimo de Giordano Vanni, que, una vez abierta la plica de identificacion, corresponde a Carlos Barbarito .
Raccoons were infected with the nematodes Arthrocephalus lotoris, Baylisascaris procyonis, and Capillaria plica, the trematode Fibricola cratera, and the tapeworm Atriotaenia procyonis.