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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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wrist circumference and radial bone size) between men and women may alter the relationship and orientation of the articular surfaces and may be the source of the observed differences in flexibility (see the following biomechanical discussion).
right pedicle left superior articular surface Third to seventh cervical vertebrae anterior body right pedicle left superior articular process Thoracic vertebrae superior margin of body 1/14 inferior margin of body right lateral surface of body Lumbar vertebrae superior surface of body 2/8 superior margin of body inferior margin of body spinous process Vertebral fragments pedicle left superior articular process
The length of tumors was measured from the articular surface to the point at which marrow signal intensity changed from abnormal to normal (yellow marrow).
Girth of the head: It measures the circumference of the head along its articular surface.
Their results are contrary to ours but the outcome measured at the end of their work was radiological restoration of articular surface unlike ours.
Radial height refers to the distance between the tip of the radial styloid process and the distal articular surface of the ulnar head.
A segment of the humeral head is fractured and is subluxated or dislocated, while the articular surface of the unfractured part of the head remains attached to the shaft.
The articular surface extends to the inferior aspect, for articulation with the first costal cartilage.
Articular surface of tibia in the knee joint consists of lateral and medial condyles which are in contact with the condyles of femur.
Kienbock's disease is a form of osteonecrosis affecting the lunate characterized by sclerosis, cystic changes, fragmentation, and articular surface collapse as present on plain film radiographs.
The distal radius articular surface creates a cup-like structure into which the lunate fits.
If the damage to the articular surface remains untreated it will invariably lead to an increased incidence of cartilage degeneration and osteoarthritis (Buckwalter et al 2000).