1. Ipsilateral definition is - situated or appearing on or affecting the same side of the body.
2. Ipsilateral definition, pertaining to, situated on, or affecting the same side of the body: Ipsilateral paralysis
3. For the Ipsilateral knee joint, peak value of abduction from the two pre-impact postures were similar, i.e., 15.2 degree for standing (Figure 6a) and 15.6 degree for the walking posture (Figure 6b)
4. Ipsilateral synonyms, Ipsilateral pronunciation, Ipsilateral translation, English dictionary definition of Ipsilateral
5. Ipsilateral: On the same side, as opposed to contralateral
6. For example, a tumor involving the right side of the brain may affect vision Ipsilaterally'that is, in the right eye.
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7. Ipsilateral means using the same side arm and leg
8. Ipsilateral versus Contralateral Acoustic Reflex
9. The acoustic reflex can be recorded in either the Ipsilateral mode (reflex-activating and probe stimuli in the same ear) or the contralateral mode (activator stimuli in the ear contralateral to that of the ear with the probe stimulus).
10. Ipsilateral Localization of Ataxia
11. Cerebellar connections involved in the lateral motor system are either Ipsilateral or cross twice (i.e., “double crossed’) between the cerebellum and spinal cord; Lesions of the cerebellar hemispheres cause ataxia in the extremities Ipsilateral to the side of the lesion
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12. The stroke was characterised by Ipsilateral paralysis
13. ‘An Ipsilateral central one-third patellar tendon autograft was used for all reconstructions.’ ‘Other symptoms include facial flushing or pallor, tenderness on palpation of the Ipsilateral carotid artery, bradycardia, and abnormal feeling of scalp hairs.’
14. When temporalis relaxation and Ipsilateral translation of the condyle occurs unilaterally, the remaining scheme of occluding teeth becomes an influential factor in the presenting symptoms, of which, contacting canines during mandibular depression is highly desirable, as it minimizes condylar translation and muscle intensity, while directing the
Ipsilateral, Influential, In, Is, It, Intensity
15. Essentially, Ipsilateral exercises greatly increase central stability requirements and help develop neuromuscular recruitment specificity as well as the ability to deal with offsetting forces during sports and other dynamic activities
16. The potential downside to Ipsilateral movement is that it may reduce the potential for loading and/or range of
Ipsilateral, Is, It
17. Ipsilateral is considered the opposite of contralateral and occurs on the same side
18. Ipsilateral stimuli sparing the region around the vertical meridian representation also produced signal reductions (perhaps reflecting neural inhibition) in areas showing contralaterally driven retinotopy
Ipsilateral, Inhibition, In
19. Systematic sampling across a range of Ipsilateral visual field extents revealed significant increases in Ipsilateral activation in V3A and
Ipsilateral, Increases, In
20. Background Classically, patients with unilateral lateral medullary infarction exhibit sensory abnormalities over the Ipsilateral face and contralateral hemibody.As a variant, bilateral or contralateral facial sensory changes can be seen
21. However, sensory changes in the Ipsilateral extremities are extremely rare.
22. Methods: This is a single center retrospective series including patients with well-lateralized tonsillar cancer treated with Ipsilateral neck RT between 2004 and 2011
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23. Results: We identified 53 patients treated with Ipsilateral neck RT during the study period
24. Background—Ipsilateral mydriasis is known to accompany signs of cerebral ischemia in unilaterally compromised carotid blood flow.Mydriasis as the presenting sign of common carotid artery (CCA) dissection has not been reported thus far
Ipsilateral, Is, Ischemia, In
25. Case Description—We report the case of a patient who presented with a mydriatic pupil after intraoperative injury of the Ipsilateral CCA.
Intraoperative, Injury, Ipsilateral
26. Ipsilateral Training is a side to side motion that connects your left arm and left leg / right arm and right leg
27. Ipsilateral movement increases stability requirements during your workout and trains your body to react to off setting forces that can cause a fall or injury.
Ipsilateral, Increases, Injury
28. Ipsilateral definition: on or affecting the same side of the body Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
29. Ipsilateral activation was less pronounced in the tapping condition
30. The site of Ipsilateral activation was shifted laterally, ventrally, and anteriorly with respect to that observed during contralateral movements and the time course of activation implied a role in the execution rather than planning of the movement.
Ipsilateral, Implied, In
31. Synonyms for Ipsilateral in Free Thesaurus
32. 1 antonym for Ipsilateral: contralateral
33. What are synonyms for Ipsilateral?
34. There were Ipsilateral matted axillary lymph nodes, and the overlying skin showed peau d' orange.: If we could not find a unique single motor unit potential on the same side, the Ipsilateral hypoglossal nerve was sectioned, and that half of the muscle became silent.: A deep lobe parotid tumour may only be identified clinically by careful examination of the oropharynx and Ipsilateral tonsil to
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35. Definition of term 'Ipsilateral' as used in anatomy, kinesiology, and medicine, with examples of use of the term
36. Ipsilateral is used in medical, anatomy, an
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37. Per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), amongst recipients of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, axillary adenopathy Ipsilateral to the vaccination arm was the second most frequently reported local reaction, with 11.6% of recipients experiencing this after Dose 1 and 16.0% of recipients experiencing this after Dose 2 in the 18–64
38. One or both Ipsilateral responses may also be missing, depending on the exact location
39. All Ipsilateral ARTs are present
40. What does Ipsilateral mean? Located on or affecting the same side of the body
41. If Ipsilateral facial nerve paralysis is also noted, then the lesion is proximal to the geniculate ganglion
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42. The Ipsilateral third nerve, as it passes between the posterior cerebral and superior cerebellar arteries, is initially flattened and may show hemorrhage
Ipsilateral, It, Is, Initially
43. The first clinical sign is Ipsilateral pupil dilation, since the parasympathetic fibers are located on the outside of the nerve and are inactivated first by compression.
Is, Ipsilateral, Inactivated
44. The Ipsilateral motion provides a low impact cardio workout that engages users to activate different muscle groups than traditional contra-lateral cross trainers
45. By combining Ipsilateral movement in a seated position the VersaStep challenges user balance and cordination while in …
46. Ipsilateral: [ ip″sĭ-lat´er-al ] situated on or affecting the same side.
47. Gait Deviation at Hip, Pelvis, Trunk as Compensation for an Impairment of the Ipsilateral Ankle, Knee, or Contralateral LE.
48. Combined Ipsilateral femoral neck and shaft fractures are an uncommon type of fractures
49. Horner syndrome is a condition that presents with characteristic clinical signs as a result of damage to the Ipsilateral oculosympathetic pathway 
50. The classical triad of Horner syndrome is:  Ipsilateral upper eyelid ptosis,  miosis and  facial anhidrosis .
51. A subgroup analysis of the THALES trial showed that ticagrelor added to aspirin reduced the 30-day risk of recurrent stroke by 27% in transient ischemic attack (TIA) and minor ischemic stroke patients with Ipsilateral atherosclerotic stenosis of cervicocranial vasculature.
In, Ischemic, Ipsilateral
52. Ipsilateral, contralateral, and binaural masking effects on the human brain-stem auditory-evoked responses to click stimuli
53. Ipsilateral Training is a side to side motion that connects your left arm and right leg / right arm and right leg
54. Late Ipsilateral recurrence of AION in patients with GCA is very rare
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55. Calamia and Hunder described a patient who experienced recurrent Ipsilateral visual loss 5 months after initiation of treatment with prednisone 25 mg/d
56. Ipsilateral Anterior Superior Iliac Spine; Ipsilateral Axillary Lymph Node; Ipsilateral Breast Tumor Recurrence; Ipsilateral Breast Tumor Relapse; Ipsilateral Ear Referential Montage; Ipsilateral Homologous Receptive Field; Ipsilateral Instinctive Grasp Reaction; Ipsilateral Penoscrotal Approximation for Closure; Ipsilateral reflex; Ipsilateral
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57. Ipsilateral Movement Ipisilateral movements are to the same side of the body as the muscle lies
58. A unilateral contraction of left erector spinae produces Ipsilateral flexion to the left.
59. In general a cranial nerve innervates muscles that are Ipsilateral to its nucleus, and contralateral to the brain hemisphere that controls it
In, Innervates, Ipsilateral, Its, It
60. Ipsilateral EYE: "Ipsilateral Eye is located on the same side of the body as another structure or object."
61. Two to 13% of supracondylar humerus fractures in children are associated with an Ipsilateral forearm fracture, most of which are distal radius fractures
62. We present an unusual case of a 2-year-old girl with an Ipsilateral supracondylar humerus fracture and a Monteggia lesion.
Definition of ipsilateral : situated or appearing on or affecting the same side of the body : situated or appearing on or affecting the same side of the body — compare contralateral
ipsilateral reflex. ip·si·lat·er·al re·flex. a reflex in which the response occurs on the side of the body that is stimulated.
[ip-suh-lat-er-uh l] adjective Anatomy. pertaining to, situated on, or affecting the same side of the body: ipsilateral paralysis.