proximal

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İngilizce - Türkçe
proksimal
merkeze yakın olan
(Tıp) Yakınsal, proksimal (Daha çok, taraflar için kullanılır ve gövdeye yakın anlamındadır), organın bağlanma noktasına yakın, proximalis
(Diş Hekimliği) Yanda olan, komşu
uzvun bağlanma noktasına yakın
{s} organın bağlanma noktasına yakın
(sıfat) organın bağlanma noktasına yakın
anat
yakınsal
(Biyokimya) yakın
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yakın olan
proximal cavity
(Diş Hekimliği) Bir dişin mezial veya distal yüzünü etkileyen kavite Black3. Sınıf kavite
Zone of Proximal Development
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) Yakınsal gelişim alanı
proximally
proksimale
İngilizce - İngilizce
Closer to the point of attachment or observation
nearest to the point of attachment or origin
Of or pertaining to that which is proximal; as, the proximal bones of a limb
Refers to amount of intestine bypassed; normally 100 cm or less
Closest to point of attachment or observation
Nearest the center of the body
Nearest or next to
Nearest to a point of reference The opposite of proximal is distal
the closest part to the body, ex: the heel
Proximal means anatomically situated close to the origin or point of attachment, or close to the median, or middle, line of the body
A relative term meaning closer to the centromere; the opposite of distal
Situated close to Next to or nearest the point of attachment or origin, a central point, or the point of view; especially : located toward the center of the body
The portion of a flake found nearer the bulb and platform
Near the center of the body
situated nearest to point of attachment or origin; "the proximal end of a bone"
toward the attached end of a limb or the origin of a structure
Close to/nearby
Said of a sedimentary deposit consisting of coarse clastics and deposited nearest the source area See also distal
{s} closest, nearest, next; approximate
Near the source, nearest any point being describe The elbow is proximal to the hand
located closest to the reference point
(prox·i·mal) [L proximus next] nearest; closer to any point of reference: opposed to distal
situated nearest to point of attachment or origin; "the proximal end of a bone
Situated near the point of attachment or origin; as, the proximal part of a limb
Toward or nearest, as to a body, or center of motion of dependence; proximate
the end of the didjeridu closest to the player, usually called the "mouthpiece", cf: distal
closest part nearest the trunk or head
closer to starting point or center; nearest to central part of the body
Near the point of attachment
Opposed to distal
Nearest to heart; closest to point of attachment; above previous site of cannulation
situated next to or near the point of attachment or origin or a central point <the ~ was better than the peripheral stump for a graft Annual Rev of Med >; located toward the center of the body <the ~ end of a bone> compare DISTAL
proximal phalange
Any of the phalanx bones of the fingers or toes which are nearest the hand or foot
proximal phalanges
plural form of proximal phalange
proximal syndrome
(Tıp, İlaç) Upper-crossed syndrome, shoulder girdle crossed syndrome
proximally
Immediately; most directly
proximally
In the proximal direction: reverse of distally
Zone of Proximal Development
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) The zone of proximal development, often abbreviated ZPD, is the difference between what a learner can do without help and what he or she can do with help. It is a concept developed by Soviet psychologist and social constructivist Lev Vygotsky (1896 – 1934)
proximally
closely, nearly (to a place or time)
proximally
On or toward a proximal part; proximad
zone of proximal development
area in which a student can successfully perform tasks The lower end of a student's zpd is how successfully a student can perform a task without assistance The upper end of a student's zpd is how well the student can perform the same task with assistance The instruction is then geared toward teaching the student to perform the task without assistance, up to the level of performance previously demonstrated with assistance
zone of proximal development
The distance between what an individual can accomplish independently and what he/she can accomplish with the help of someone who is more competent (Vygotsky, 1978 )
zone of proximal development
The difference in performance between what a learner can accomplish unassisted and what he could accomplish with the assistance of a more knowledgeable or capable other
zone of proximal development
A level or range in which a student can perform a task with help
proximal

    Heceleme

    prox·i·mal

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    präksımıl

    Zıt anlamlılar

    distal

    Telaffuz

    /ˈpräksəməl/ /ˈprɑːksəməl/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'präk-s&-m&l ] (adjective.) 1727. From Latin proximus, superlative form of prope (“near, nigh”).

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