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anteroposterior axis

anteroposterior adj.

Improving the concordance between various anteroposterior cephalometric measurements using Procrustes analysis

Comparison of cephalometric norms between Japanese and Caucasian adults in antero-posterior and vertical dimension

Perception of facial profile attractiveness of different antero-posterior and vertical proportions

Comparison of Japanese and European overbite depth indicator and antero-posterior dysplasia indicator values

Antero-posterior and transverse changes in the positions of palatal rugae after rapid maxillary expansion

Influence of COMT Genotype on Antero-posterior Cortical Functional Connectivity Underlying Interference Resolution

Is antero-posterior position superior to antero-lateral position for placement of electrodes for external cardioversion of atrial fibrillation?

Sox31 is involved in central nervous system anteroposterior regionalization through regulating the organizer activity in zebrafish

The anteroposterior pericardial sac diameter measured by echocardiography correlates with the volume of pericardial effusion and with effort dyspnea

Overbite depth and anteroposterior dysplasia indicators: the relationship between occlusal and skeletal patterns using the receiver operating characteristic (ROC) analysis

Impedance compensated biphasic waveforms for transthoracic cardioversion of atrial fibrillation: a multi-centre comparison of antero-apical and antero-posterior pad positions

Effective Dose per Unit of Fluence Calculated for Adults and a 7 Year Old Girl in Broad Antero-Posterior Beams of Monoenergetic Electrons of 0.1 to 10 MeV


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(AP) adj. from the front to the back. In radiography, AP denotes a radiograph in the coronal plane taken when the X-ray beam is directed from the front to the back of the patient. Portable chest radiographs are usually AP. Compare decubitus, posteroanterior.

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