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Axis

In Cartesian charting, a line that bisects a chart. The x-axis cuts a chart horizontally, while the y-axis cuts it vertically.
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Caption: Figure 12: Comparison of the induced electric field along the sagittal axis of the homogeneous, the three-compartment, and the compound models, respectively, due to 900 MHz EM wave, horizontal polarization, and incident on the anterior side.
Every 5-mm increments section of the ilium according the body sagittal axis in coronal plane from the rotational center of the hip to the cephalic [Figure 1]a was marked, then measured the thickness (AB) and width (CD) of the pelvis in each slice [Figure 2].
In this stimulus, there are two dolls (male and female) located on the sagittal axis and facing each other.
Pelvis/trunk rotation angles (Figure 2E, F) were calculated between the sagittal axis of the pelvis/trunk and those of the sagittal axis of the measuring field and the trunk flexion (Figure 3) between the projected sagittal trunk axis and the sagittal axis of the measuring field.