(1) The present study includes six patients, (involving ten feet), who developed hallux varus and great toe clawing after McBride procedures were performed by various orthopedic surgeons.
(2) The euro clawed back some losses after the European Central Bank said it would absorb €16.5bn from the money markets to compensate for bond purchases up to 14 May, and Greece said it would receive the first tranche of emergency loans tomorrow.
(3) The carbohydrate compounds of the mucus of flask cells in the kidney of claw-frogs (Xenopus laevis) were studied by gold marked lectins (WGA, RCA, L, LCA, HPA, PNA).
(4) Westwood came within an inch of clawing back a shot with a firm, brave putt, but went to the 16th having to birdie his way to the clubhouse to pull off a minor miracle.
(5) The object of this study was to examine the effects of exogenous and endogenous prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) on the sexual behavior of female South African clawed frogs, Xenopus laevis.
(6) I used to love jumping into the mosh pit, then climbing back on stage with red claw marks all over my body."
(7) Other robots in the Boston Dynamics stable include Petman, a robot that tests humanoid chemical protective clothing; the wheeled SandFlea robot that can leap small buildings; a small six-legged robot capable of traversing rough terrain called RHex; and the RiSE robot capable of climbing vertical walls, trees and fences using feet with micro-claws.
(8) Stable claws develop in animals housed on floors with soft surfaces or under restricted movement.
(9) A novel and important observation made is that the different caffeine treatments affected the staining by alizarin of both claws and bones in a qualitatively and quantitatively similar manner.
(10) Quantitative and morphological data were obtained on developing olfactory axons in the African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis, during late premetamorphosis (stages 48-54), prometamorphosis (stages 55-57), and halfway through metamorphic climax (stages 58-62).
(11) A wooden block is glued to the sound claw and parenteral antibiotics are administered for four to six days.
(12) The field was taped off while a mechanical digger clawed at the ground, making parallel trenches in the sandy earth.
(13) Treatment utilized partial proximal phalangeal resection, with and without silicone single-stem implants, extensor hallucis longus tendon transfer to the great toe metatarsal, and interphalangeal joint arthrodesis, or tenodesis of the great toe to correct clawing.
(14) Tadpoles at stage 50 could regenerate toes and claws without defect, but in the later the regenerative capacity gradually declined by reducing the number of toes and claws and accompanied by malformation of skeleton as the stage proceeded.
(15) I am expert in navigating the systems, on clawing my way to some work and juggling the admin to stay in that work.
(16) Apart from plantar and palmar insensitivity which accounted for 17.91% and 17.24% of all deformities, the most frequent deformities were mobile claw hand 12.94%, plantar ulcers 10.78% and palmar ulcers 5.97% respectively.
(17) Then, just as the world starts to claw its way back to some kind of normality, they start kicking the props away.
(18) In medico cubital paralysis one must also cure the "cubital claw of the thumb".
(19) Bill Shorten has used the ALP conference to claw back some authority I Lenore Taylor Read more While the notion of a federal Icac has won support in the past from independents such Tony Windsor and senator Nick Xenophon, the major parties have shown a distinct lack of appetite for such a body.
(20) A claw amputation was performed because of the advanced destructive nature of the lesion.
(n. pl.) See Pinchers.
(1) Because the fossil fuel industry faces a closing pincers.
(2) The worrying consequence is that the operating companies may find themselves the victims of an uncomfortable pincer movement.
(3) The hypophysis was ablated by catching its rostral end with a pincer.
(4) This was consistently shown in all modalities of assessments which included patients' assessments (P < 0.001) and investigator's assessments (P < 0.001) of the percentage change in nodule size, and gross measurements of nodule volumes using a pincer (P < 0.001).
(5) To our knowledge, this is the first report of a method of stretching the interdigital skin of syndactyly by means of a pincer.
(6) Opposition factions north of Aleppo have been increasingly stuck “between the pincers” of YPG forces on one side and pro-government fighters on the other, a military source said.
(7) "News Corp always worked a double pincer, offering fear and favour.
(8) In two patients with total loss of all digits, pincer pinch was restored by the transfer of two separate toes, one to each side of the stump.
(9) Murphy said Scotland could be “caught in a pincer movement between the leader of the SNP and new leader of the Tory party”.
(10) In the heat of battle, Turkish troops and Kurdish fighters turn on one another, fighting their age-old war, though both are supposed to be fighting a common enemy, Islamic State (Isis), advancing on the battered, tortured civilians of Aleppo and other Syrian and Kurdish communities in a murderous pincer movement.
(11) With GCSE English, we're still at the draft stage, but we can already see that there is a pincer movement going on.
(12) Nine patients who had suffered mutilating injuries of the hand with preservation of only one digit and loss of the others at metacarpal level have been treated by transfer of the second toe onto a metacarpal stump to restore pincer grip.
(13) The use of titanium alloys is recommended for making bone-joining members, retracting medical instruments, of the spatula and speculum types, some kinds of non-magnetic pincers and ultrasonic medical instruments.
(14) PINCERS may also be used to assist in planning the synthesis of mixed-probe DNA sequences for cross-hybridization experiments.
(15) Scores of reporters have been killed – often tortured and decapitated – in what is now seen as a pincer-movement against their work by drug cartels and the state.
(16) The greater the extent of pyramidal tract destruction, the longer the time necessary for recovery of both discrete finger movement and pincer grasp, the greater the effort needed to attain recovery of hand function, and the weaker the affected musculature.
(17) Dentin thickness was measured using a pincer caliper.
(18) In the inflammatory mycoses the author recommends an oral treatment consisting in griseofulvin, and, in case of severe inflammation, prednisone per os at the same time with a local treatment (painting with alcohol iodate 1%, followed by the application of a cream with cortisone associated with an antimicrobial antibiotic and pincer epilation).
(19) A goalless first half had been a triumph, not as it turned out, for Argentina’s golden flea, but for Queiroz’s pincer-like squeeze.
(20) A problem needing investigation is the principle of cardiomyoplasty (CMP) itself, as the muscle acts more as a lift than as pincers.