great toe


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Synonyms for great toe

the first largest innermost toe

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Traumatic lesions of the metatarsophalangeal joint of the great toe in athletes.
In contrast, the foot platform presented in this article was designed to measure isometric F/T data from the foot and the great toe in natural start postures.
In a study comparing 191 OP termiticide applicators (mean age, 39 years) with 106 unexposed friends (mean age, 38 years) and 83 unexposed workers (mean age, 43 years), no difference was observed between applicators and either comparison group on NPx outcomes or measures of great toe vibrotactile threshold (Steenland et al.
A 62-year-old male was admitted for investigations following a 6-week history of increasing shortness of breath, weight loss, and swellings of the right great toe and right elbow.
Researchers also mapped responses to stimulation of the thumb and great toe.
Straight leg lifts and internal rotation of the hip can be helpful in assessing knee and hip pain, respectively, while part of his neurologic assessment includes a stair step with each leg, toe and heel walk, and great toe dorsiflexion.
We have found similar differences in our lab when measuring plasma lactate post-exercise from the finger and great toe in cyclists.
Hyperextension of the great toe was noted, with hypertrophy of metatarsals and phalanges of the great toe and widening of the first web space.
Topics addressed include bony and soft tissue impingement, posterior ankle techniques, treatment of joint instability, ankle fractures, osteochondral lesions of the talar dome, tendoscopy, degenerative arthritis of the ankle, complex fusions, and great toe arthroscopy.
A small ulcer is noted on his right medial great toe.
PLMD movements are repetitive, stereotyped motions of the foot and leg, and manifest as a repetitive partial flexion of the joints of the great toe, ankle, knee, and occasionally hip.
This was successfully amputated, by one of the authors in this edition of CME, who was also instrumental in sending him to the correct people to deal with the chronic ulcer he had on his great toe on the opposite foot, so avoiding another, and more serious, amputation.
The tip of the spoon handle makes great toe tracks.
The skin temperature probe was applied to the skin below the same great toe on the medial plantar surface.
The Babinski reflex presents when the great toe flexes toward the top of the foot and the other toes fan out after the sole of the foot has been firmly stroked.