anklebone


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Synonyms for anklebone

the bone in the ankle that articulates with the leg bones to form the ankle joint

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Grade I sprains do not usually damage the ankle ligaments to any extent, but repeated Grade II or Grade Ill injuries can lead to permanent looseness of the ligaments that hold the anklebones together.
Position the thumb at the midway point between the anklebone and the posterior edge of the heel.
"About twenty minutes later (after we'd returned to the shop and Spud Arrington has already rounded up a complete line of bets on whether or not Williemain felled MacDuff, getting higher wages for where the bullets actually landed: $5.00 for his backpiece, $7.50 for his right shoulder blade, $10.00 for his anklebone), Williemain returned trembling and shaking mad; his normally clear, medium brown complexion has gone from scorched apple to furious red and darkened to a beet red.
A single anklebone, the talus, supports your entire body weight, with the help of small ligaments and long tendons.
Before you buy materials for the pocket, enlarge the pattern onto paper and place it around your leg with its bottom edge resting on your anklebone. There should be 1 to 2 inches of overlap (for the hook-and-loop fastener), plus about 3/4 inch extra space for a wallet and passport.
Think just enough height to lift the bottom above the anklebone, maybe more if you're wearing very skinny jeans.
To qualify as a shoe-boot, it must end well below ankle-sock level, so it traces a line under the anklebone. These black patent J by Jasper Conran boots, pounds 75, are bang on trend.
An anklebone excavated last year in southern Asia may put a controversial theory of primate evolution on firmer footing.
His final year in college was marred when he had to have a bone graft from his hip to repair damage to his ankle caused by a cyst on the anklebone. He had to travel to college on crutches.
The peroneal tendons are located behind the outside portion of the anklebone (called the fibula).
DO a quick check by standing sideways and imagining you can draw a straight line from just behind your ear through just beside your hip down to the middle of your anklebone.
His backside is still bruised and battered, and his anklebone is cracked from a horrifying crash in Holland two weeks ago.