distal : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a situated farthest from point of attachment or origin, as of a limb or bone
- a directed away from the midline or mesial plane of the body
- People long injured--who've developed scar tissue at the site of the break and whose distal spinal cord (the part below the injury) often turns to mush as the old neurons die--will .
- Nosing about on a farm some 50 miles from Johannesburg in 1938, bright-eyed Robert Broom found the left side of a manlike skull, a mandible, the distal end of a humerus, the .
- The mass is expressed by the fingers without difficulty and the lower clamp is removed to allow return bleeding to flush the distal away from the heart segment and similarly .
News & Articles
- Distal's top 5 Atlanta DJs and producers
Embassy Recordings founder Michael Rathbun calls out his most beloved local acts by Bobby Power Distal, aka Michael Rathbun, is one of the more auspicious up-and-comers in the global electronic music scene. He's mastered a dizzying array of electronic musical inflections that can't be tied to any one genre, tempo, or region.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
June 20, 2013 - Creative Loafing Atlanta
- 'CL' Music Issue Throwdown comes to Terminal West on Thursday
Don't forget, on Thursday night (June 20) CL celebrates the release of its 2013 Music Issue with the second annual Throwdown at Terminal West . Distal, Speakerfoxxx, Divine Interface, and the Difference Machine are all on deck.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
June 18, 2013 - Creative Loafing Atlanta
- Lou Lamoriello in ESPN
This Thursday morning, Martin Brodeur will undergo surgery to repair the distal bicep in the left elbow,general manager Lou Lamoriello said in the statement. "We will not have any further comment or update until after the surgery is...
- Gregg Popovich in FanHouse (blog)
I just got official reports from the doctors, they say he's got a stress reaction in his distal fibula of his ankle,Popovich said. "Not a stress fracture, [but] a stress reaction, which is very different. A stress fracture goes all the way...