10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CIRCUMDUCTORY»
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Design in Nature: Illustrated by Spiral and Other ...
The complicated circumductory, rotatory, and spiral movements witnessed in the
extremities can readily be traced in the head, neck, and trunk. The spinal column
reveals double reversing curves, and is capable of having generated in it, by its ...
James Bell Pettigrew, 1908
American Journal of Ophthalmology
In nearly 50 per cent. of 200 cases he found that the movements were in a
horizontal direction; in about 15 per cent. rotary, in about 12 per cent. vertical, in 4
per cent. mixed, in 2 per cent. irregular, in 2 per cent. circumductory, and in 1 per
The Ophthalmic Year Book ...: Containing Bibliographies, ...
About 16 per cent. were rotary, 12 per cent. vertical, 4 per cent. mixed, 2 per cent.
irregular, 2 per cent. circumductory, 1 per cent. con-divergent or disjunctive, and
a few were odd and unclassified. The horizontal and vertical forms were nearly ...
Patents for Inventions: Abridgments of Specifications : ...
communicating horizontal circumductory, transverse vertical oscillatory, and, if
necessary, longitudinal jerking motions to it. The fixed frame I carries the
longitudinal main shaft O, which at each end drives a vertical shaft carrying a
crank disc on ...
Archives of Ophthalmology
bilateral cases the nystagmus to be in 50% horizontal, in 15% rotatory, in 12%
vertical, in 4% mixed, in 2% irregular, in 2% circumductory, in 1% condivergent;
the existence of the last form Ohm (1913) proved by rhythmic changes of the ...
When the nystagmus is rotatory, the movement of the eyeballs, instead of taking
place about the anteroposterior axes of the globes is rather circumductory, the
central point of the cornea not remaining practically unaltered in position, but ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
In the circumductory form there is a combination of rotation with both vertical and
horizontal movements, so that the centre of the cornea appears to make an
excursion round a fixed point. There is no reason why this circumductory form
Royal Society of Medicine (Great Britain), 1914
Functional Anatomy of the Masticatory System
Glenoid attachment The joint capsule fasciculi are attached superiorly to the
temporal bone just outside the circumductory pathway of the mandibular condyle-
disc assembly (see pp. 72-74). Posteriorly, the attachment is broad and includes
The Heart of Listening: A Visionary Approach to Craniosacral ...
The spinal dura pulls upward during cranial flexion (which occurs during the in-
breath during deep rest), causing the sacrum to make a circumductory movement
identical to that of the occiput. That is, the sacrum moves as if paired to the ...
Neurology in Clinical Practice
Rarely in INS, the nystagmus may be in the vertical plane or circumductory, in
which the eyes move conjugately in a circular or cycloid pattern. In patients with
retinal disorders such as achromatopsia, congenital cone dysfunction, or
Robert B. Daroff, John C Mazziotta, 2012