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Joint

Describing anything in which two or more persons hold equal rights and responsibilities. For example, every account holder may use the funds in a joint account (though not always independently from the other holders), and each owner is equally liable for a jointly-held property.
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The elbow joint angle at the onset of the stroke cycle was lower than the maximal angle recorded (144 [+ or -] 10[degrees] vs.
2010), the reacting forces which appear in the elbow joint associated with flexion-extension and pronation-supination were deduced using the Newton Euler formalism and again with Maple programs (Zeid I.
McComb, a chiropractic neurologist, treats back, neck, shoulder, knee, hip, ankle, foot, wrist and elbow joint disorders as well as neurological conditions such as numbness, loss of strength, loss of balance and chronic pain.
Thread the bottom pot onto the pipe through the center hole and slip the poly tubing through the second hole (a PVC elbow joint in the tubing just below ground level enables it to make a right-angle turn from the water source into the pots).
A rodent tried to eat one of her back legs and has completely gnawed off her two front legs to the elbow joint, which will now need to be amputated.
Sudden and intermittent locking of the elbow joint is a common complaint among patients who commonly demonstrate degenerative changes in the elbow.
Four years ago, surgeons removed 29 tiny fragments of floating bone from Swann's elbow joint and he recovered to play all five Ashes Tests, and took Mike Hussey's wicket to clinch the urn at The Oval, the paper added.
Lower the chest towards the floor until a 90 degree angle is achieved at the elbow joint.
This edition has been updated, expanded, and revised with new sections on the elbow joint and iliotibial band syndrome and a new chapter on sports physiotherapy by an additional author, in addition to updates to the concept of greater trochanter pain syndrome.
In this study, left forelimb elbow joint area compared with the right of the specific activity was higher.