The distal muscles, those further away like the hands and feet, are less likely to be less affected.
The distal aspect of her left humerus was sticking out of the front of her arm.
The intermediate and distal phalanges of the index finger show contraction, as if the Palestinian Arab were squeezing something.
With hyperplasia of lamina, at the anterior portion of the distal phalanx, there results a thick "white line."
The nozzle of his bellows is fitted into the distal end of the pipe.
These setiforms are usually uniformly white in color or, sometimes, the distal parts are buff or more richly colored.
On each spine six to nine branches, which are for the most part forked, the distal branches only being simple.
The proximal part of the shaft has fine set or the bases of them, and the distal lobe faint traces of much finer ones.
Arms nearly square, about as large as the phacoid shell, with a strong pyramidal terminal spine at the distal end.
Metacarpal I oblong, or rather conical, with a lateral enlargement, and situated in line with the distal row of carpals.
distal dis·tal (dĭs'təl)
Anatomically located far from a point of reference, such as an origin or a point of attachment.
Situated farthest from the middle and front of the jaw, as a tooth or tooth surface.