calcaneus

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Synonyms for calcaneus

the largest tarsal bone

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(2013), five case-control studies have been found that investigated the effect of facilitated tucking on pain reduction in premature during calcaneal puncture or tracheal aspiration, through these procedures.
These traits include C3 and C4 spinous process bifurcation, the septal aperture, the third trochanter, and the anterior and middle calcaneal facets.
The calcaneal articulating facets observed in Thai population were classified into 6 types as shown in Figure 1: Type I, tree facet are separated ; Type II (A), the anterior and middle facets are partially connected with predominant ridge; Type II (B), the anterior and middle facets are partially connected with slight ridge; Type III, the anterior and middle facets are fully fused to form a single facet; Type IV, the anterior and middle facets are partially separated by a ridge and partly by a groove; Type V, all facets are continuous fused to form a single facet.
A certain point of the wire ends distal from the calcaneal from the foot part penetrates through with a button fixed on the wire can be placed out of the skin.
(4,10) Passing the extracapsular suture beneath the common calcaneal tendon and medial metatarsal vein in this case appeared to avoid similar complications and allowed for a normal functional outcome.
An MRI of the left ankle showed a 3.2 cm well-defined benign-looking lytic lesion of the calcaneal neck reaching the cortex which appeared to be mildly irregular with mild degenerative disease of the posterior subtalar joint consistent with an intraosseous ganglion cyst of the calcaneus (Figure 2).
Leung et al., "Predictive values of calcaneal quantitative ultrasound and dual energy X ray absorptiometry for non-vertebral fracture in older men: results from the MrOS study (Hong Kong)," Osteoporosis International, vol.
A posterior view will display calcaneal and subtalar positions.
Gleich-Koutsogiannis is a widely known extra-articular closing calcaneal osteotomic technique for correction of the adult flatfoot.
The tibial nerve was decompressed at each of its branches in the medial, lateral, plantar, and calcaneal tunnels.
The accessory soleus muscle usually arises from the soleal line of the tibia [34] and it inserts in one of five common patterns onto the calcaneal tendon or calcaneus [13].