Gawalowski's test is a medical examination used to evaluate the functionality of the patellofemoral joint. It is pronounced as /ɡəˌwɑlɔfskiz tɛst/. The phonetic transcription of this word reveals that it is pronounced with a schwa sound before the first syllable, followed by a stress on the second syllable, and ending with a "s" sound. The spelling of Gawalowski's test is derived from the name of the physician who invented this assessment, Dr. Michael Gawalowski.

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Similar spelling word for GAWALOWSKI'S TEST

  • Gawalowskis test.

758 words made out of letters GAWALOWSKI'S TEST

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