Articularly

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • adv Articularly In an articular or an articulate manner.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • articularly In an articular manner.
    • articularly Articulately; article by article; in detail.
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Usage

In literature:

The treatment of simple acute articular rheumatism may be abandoned to palliatives and nature.
"Scientific American Supplement No. 299" by Various
As a consequence, the surrounding ligaments become softened and yield, and the articular surfaces displaced.
"Diseases of the Horse's Foot" by Harry Caulton Reeks
Chronic articular rheumatism is occasionally observed in young animals that have never been in service.
"Lameness of the Horse" by John Victor Lacroix
The pressure of the articular surfaces against one another favours the progress of ulceration of cartilage and of articular caries.
"Manual of Surgery" by Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
The interior articular process.
"The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English" by R. V. Pierce
Perforations of the upper articular extremity were common, and as a rule gave rise to wonderfully little trouble in the shoulder-joint.
"Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900" by George Henry Makins
Bleeding is used as a remedy for bruises and swellings, and for internal pain, also for acute attacks of rheumatism and articular pains.
"In the Forbidden Land" by Arnold Henry Savage Landor
Articular pan: the cup or dish-like depression forming the socket into which an articulation is fitted.
"Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology" by John. B. Smith
A large articular sac contributes to the lubrication of the shank bone (the tibia) and one of the bones of the hock (the astragalus).
"Special Report on Diseases of the Horse" by United States Department of Agriculture
B. Articular glenoid fossa of temporal bone.
"Surgical Anatomy" by Joseph Maclise
In a few days articular rheumatism developed.
"Charles Frohman: Manager and Man" by Isaac Frederick Marcosson and Daniel Frohman
Of chronic articular rheumatism I have treated but very few cases.
"The Electric Bath" by George M. Schweig
The same phenomena often occur in families whose scions are attacked with diabetes, obesity, articular rheumatism, cancer and gout.
"Degeneracy" by Eugene S. Talbot
The posterior half of the dentary overlies the fused surangular-prearticular part of the articular.
"A Revision of Snakes of the Genus Conophis (Family Colubridae, from Middle America)" by John Wellman
The articular surface, or head of the humerus, smooth and round, is in contact with the glenoid cavity of the scapula.
"Artistic Anatomy of Animals" by Édouard Cuyer
Articular rheumatism, in numerous instances, was also benefited by the infusion of ash-leaves.
"New, Old, and Forgotten Remedies: Papers by Many Writers" by Various
The main body of the bone is slightly curved on the outside, and the lower articular condyle is large and flattened.
"Trees. A Woodland Notebook" by Herbert Maxwell
The main body of the bone is slightly curved on the outside, and the lower articular condyle is large and flattened.
"Extinct Birds" by Walter Rothschild
Czerny and Keller report the articular fluid as invariably sterile.
"Scurvy Past and Present" by Alfred Fabian Hess
The intra-articular structures are numerous and interesting.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 5" by Various
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In news:

MR of articular cartilage lesions of the knee.
Chondromalacia pattellae may be considered as a softening of the articular cartilage of the patella.
Systemic Pharmacotherapy and Intra-Articular Treatments.
In a knee with advanced osteoarthritis , large ulcerated areas of articular cartilage are present in the intercondylar region, on the femoral condyles, and on the patella.
Articular cartilage involvement is prominent in OA, but OA is not merely a cartilage disease.
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In science:

Lateral processes are terminated by distinct triangular articular surfaces.
Aspects of the history, anatomy, taxonomy and palaeobiology of sauropod dinosaurs
Instead of working out specific methods for p articular integrals, it turned out to be possible to evaluate them to very high precision and subsequently use the PSLQ algorithm to reconstruct the solution in terms of Riemann zeta values.
The NLO multileg working group: summary report
In recent years, dynamic indentation tests have been shown to be useful both in identification of mechanical properties of biological tissues (such as articular cartilage) and assessing their viability.
Accounting for the thickness effect in dynamic spherical indentation of a viscoelastic layer: Application to non-destructive testing of articular cartilage
Articular cartilage tissue is modeled as a viscoelastic material with a timeindependent Poisson’s ratio.
Accounting for the thickness effect in dynamic spherical indentation of a viscoelastic layer: Application to non-destructive testing of articular cartilage
In view of the layered structure of articular cartilage, the the anisotropy effect requires tacking into account the adjusted value of indentation scaling factor and the corresponding Poisson’s ratio.
Accounting for the thickness effect in dynamic spherical indentation of a viscoelastic layer: Application to non-destructive testing of articular cartilage
Second, in dynamic indentation testing, the criteria (90) and (91) will depend on the loading protocol employed, because articular cartilage exhibits viscoelastic and poroelastic properties.
Accounting for the thickness effect in dynamic spherical indentation of a viscoelastic layer: Application to non-destructive testing of articular cartilage
It is important to emphasize that the quantity ˜δ(ω), which is measured in the flat-ended indentation test, does not depend on the thickness of the articular cartilage layer.
Accounting for the thickness effect in dynamic spherical indentation of a viscoelastic layer: Application to non-destructive testing of articular cartilage
In order to perform a rigorous analysis, we modeled the deformational behavior of articular cartilage tissue in the framework of viscoelasticity with a time-independent Poisson’s ratio.
Accounting for the thickness effect in dynamic spherical indentation of a viscoelastic layer: Application to non-destructive testing of articular cartilage
It is believed that both characteristics ˜E1 (ω) (evaluated according to the criterium (90)) and ˜δ(ω), which are associated with flat-ended indentation tests, can elicit perceptions of the mechanical quality of articular cartilage.
Accounting for the thickness effect in dynamic spherical indentation of a viscoelastic layer: Application to non-destructive testing of articular cartilage
The accuracy and reliability of a novel handheld dynamic indentation probe for analysing articular cartilage.
Accounting for the thickness effect in dynamic spherical indentation of a viscoelastic layer: Application to non-destructive testing of articular cartilage
An analytical solution for a linear viscoelastic layer loaded with a cylindrical punch: Evaluation of the rebound indentation test with application for assessing viability of articular cartilage.
Accounting for the thickness effect in dynamic spherical indentation of a viscoelastic layer: Application to non-destructive testing of articular cartilage
An analysis of the unconfined compression of articular cartilage. J.
Accounting for the thickness effect in dynamic spherical indentation of a viscoelastic layer: Application to non-destructive testing of articular cartilage
Indentation testing of human cartilage: Sensitivity to articular surface degeneration.
Accounting for the thickness effect in dynamic spherical indentation of a viscoelastic layer: Application to non-destructive testing of articular cartilage
Hayes, W.C., Keer, L.M., Herrmann, G., Mockros, L.F., 1972. A mathematical analysis for indentation tests of articular cartilage. J.
Accounting for the thickness effect in dynamic spherical indentation of a viscoelastic layer: Application to non-destructive testing of articular cartilage
Viscoelastic properties of human articular cartilage. J.
Accounting for the thickness effect in dynamic spherical indentation of a viscoelastic layer: Application to non-destructive testing of articular cartilage
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