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Motion range of

motion, range of

The range through which a joint can be moved, usually its range of flexion and extension. Due to an injury, the knee may for example lack 10 degrees of full extension.


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Method preventing illnesses in the progeny

... the control of viability of organisms, against the background of a wide range of hereditary, congenital and acquired diseases that threaten the extinction ... it between cause and effect, and only to ensure, that all come into motion, despite the property of self-propulsion, which is quite naturally ...

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by einfopedia
Wed Mar 28, 2012 7:28 am
 
Forum: Physiology
Topic: Method preventing illnesses in the progeny
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Method preventing illnesses in the progeny

... the control of viability of organisms, against the background of a wide range of hereditary, congenital and acquired diseases that threaten the extinction ... - Synthesis and destruction – anabolic and catabolic; - Quiescence and motion – potential and kinetic; - Health and disease - normal and ...

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by valentindolzhenko
Sun Jan 08, 2012 4:26 pm
 
Forum: Physiology
Topic: Method preventing illnesses in the progeny
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... stabilizes the joint and also prevents you from exceeding the natural range of motion of the joint and damaging the joint and/or ligaments. In some cases of isometric muscle ...

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by mido95
Fri Dec 09, 2011 10:47 am
 
Forum: Physiology
Topic: Muscles anatomy question ?
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Muscles anatomy question ?

... stabilizes the joint and also prevents you from exceeding the natural range of motion of the joint and damaging the joint and/or ligaments. In some cases of isometric muscle ...

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by biohazard
Fri Dec 09, 2011 7:57 am
 
Forum: Physiology
Topic: Muscles anatomy question ?
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... resistance may not provide a sufficient workload over the complete range of motion to provide the maximum training benefits. Isometric contraction is usually done when ...

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by dorapatton1
Fri Nov 11, 2011 3:05 am
 
Forum: Physiology
Topic: Muscle Tension
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