Examples of medial in a Sentence
four is the medial number between one and seven
Recent Examples of medial from the Web
Swansea City have confirmed defender Kyle Bartley will be sidelined for the next six weeks at least after suffering medial ligament damage.
Rose played in 64 games last season, his first with the Knicks, before needing a scope of a medial meniscus tear in his left knee in April.
Brandon Marshall: Chao’s video analysis during the game was for a medial deltoid sprain and that the Giants receiver should be able to return after a short absence.
The Enquirer/Sam Greene In December 2011, Adrian tore the anterior and medial cruciate ligaments in his left knee in a game against Washington at FedEx Field.
Here are some quick takes from Tuesday’s medial availability with the Temple football team: Temple quarterback Logan Marchi could become a more significant factor in the running game.
But things changed in that game, when a defender hit the outside of Dugger’s right knee, rupturing his medial lateral ligament and tearing his hamstring away from the bone.
Van Niekerk suffered medial and lateral tears of the meniscus, a tear to his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and requires at least six month's rehab, which will take place in the US, Qatar and back home in South Africa.
Olympic champion and 400 meter world record holder Wayde van Niekerk suffered medial and lateral tears of the meniscus and torn ACL in a celebrity rugby match in Capetown on October 7.
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Origin and Etymology of medial
First Known Use: 1570See Words from the same year
Synonymscentral, halfway, intermediary, intermediate, middle, median, mediate, medium, mid, midmost
Antonymsextreme, farthest, farthermost, furthermost, furthest, outermost, outmost, remotest, utmost
Related Wordsequidistant; inmost, inner, innermost, nearest; betwixt and between, borderline, gray (also grey), in-between
Near Antonymsouter, peripheral
medical Definition of medial
- the medial surface of the tibia
- necrosis and lipid deposition with medial involvement
mediallyplay \-ə-lē\ adverb
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