MGLHMultivariate General Linear Hypothesis
MGLHMulticentric Giant Lymph Node Hyperplasia (cancer)
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The MGLH design doubles the increase in moment arms for both muscles to 40% through external rotation relative to the other designs.
Table 1 Description of Components Used in Each of the Reverse Assemblies Description Glenosphere Glenoid Baseplate Diameter Size LGMH 32 mm, +10 mm 26 mm diameter Lateral CoR MGMH 36 mm, +0 mm 29 mm diameter CoR BIORSA 36 mm, +10 mm 29 mm diameter CoR MGLH 38 mm, +2 mm Oval 34 mm height Lateral CoR x 25 mm width Description Glenoid Plate Location LGMH Aligned with inferior rim of glenoid.
Data were analyzed using ANOVA within the MGLH module of SYSTAT version 5.
All analyses were conducted using the MGLH routine in Systat (Wilkinson et al.
We analyzed tracking data using the MGLH (Multivariate General Linear Hypothesis) procedure in SYSTAT (Wilkinson 1990), and considered P [less than] 0.
Analyses of variance were performed using the MGLH procedures in SYSTAT (Wilkinson et al.
b) Results of a multiple regression performed in SYSTAT MGLH module (Wilkinson 1990), with alpha diversity on the nonserpentine sites as the dependent variable, and the environmental measures as independent variables ([R.
Differences in components of reproduction among pollen recipients, treatments and pollination intensity were analyzed with a fixed model, 3-way ANOVA using the MGLH program in Systat (Wilkinson, 1988) for both (Mix) and (Het) pollinations.
The MGLH procedure of SYSTAT (1992) was used for the multiple regressions that are the foundation for the path analyses presented here.