Definition of bimanually in English:

bimanually

adverb

  • See bimanual

    • ‘If the organ is bimanually palpable, it is a kidney since the spleen can't be palpated bimanually.’
    • ‘The investigators say that if clinicians are confident of findings obtained bimanually, little is likely to be gained by speculum examination.’
    • ‘However, the activations of these areas during bimanually coordinated motions have not been fully investigated by the functional imaging studies.’
    • ‘We investigated a bimanually coordinated drawer pulling/reach and grasp task in 10 healthy volunteers.’
    • ‘Children aged 30-37 months completed computer-mediated symmetric and asymmetric tasks unimanually and bimanually.’