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an area of skin that is thick or hard from continual pressure or friction (as the sole of the foot)


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This condition can result in several different clinical presentations including painful plantar callosities [6, 7], inflammation of the ossicle and/or FHL tendon [8, 15], and irreducible IPJ dislocation due to the interposition of the ossicle [10, 11].
Histological examination from hyperkeratotic papules reveals acanthosis with parakeratosis in epidermis due to rapid proliferation and differentiation of keratinocytes.6 The blisters around the plantar callosities arise in the stratum malpighii due to increased intracellular edema and vacuolization.
Skin lesions and callosities in group-housed pregnant sows: animal-related welfare indicators.
(36,58,62,63,65,66) Significant injury risk factors that emerged from these analyses included greater number of lifetime disordered eating behaviors (p = 0.01) and history of vomiting (p = 0.04), (58) insufficient functional turnout, (36) gender (females having a higher occurrence of hamstring injury than males, p < 0.05), (65) number of double heel strikes during jump landing and a history of shin splint pain (p = 0.02), (66) and ballet dancers with longer second toes had more callosities than ballet dancers with equal length or shorter second toes (p = 0.003).
(1985) Plantar hyperkeratosis: a study of callosities and normal plantar skin.
Types of deformities impairments seen in 67/100 patients studied * Pure Impairment Total neuritic BT BT to BL Glove & stocking hypo/anaesthesia 40 0 0 1 Claw hand 24 2 5 2 Facial/earlobe infiltration 21 0 0 1 Trophic ulcers/blisters 15 1 2 1 Motor weakness 15 1 3 2 Low vision 8 0 1 1 Callosities 6 0 0 0 Foot drop 5 0 1 0 Claw toes 3 0 1 0 Lagophthalmos 3 0 0 1 Reabsorption of digits 2 0 0 0 Impairment BL BL/LLs LLs LLp BB Glove & stocking hypo/anaesthesia 15 8 12 4 0 Claw hand 8 2 4 1 0 Facial/earlobe infiltration 2 7 5 6 0 Trophic ulcers/blisters 2 4 3 2 0 Motor weakness 2 5 1 0 1 Low vision 2 1 3 0 0 Callosities 2 0 3 1 0 Foot drop 2 1 1 0 0 Claw toes 0 0 1 1 0 Lagophthalmos 1 0 1 0 0 Reabsorption of digits 0 0 2 0 0 * the other 33 had no impairments Table 3.
This individual was identified by head scars, callosities, and facial clump patterns of barnacles.
His visits to dermatology clinics indicated previous presentations with pitted keratosis involving hands, callosities, and seborrheic dermatitis.
Much of the detective's success lies in his ability to hunt for the detail that will subsequently provide the clue, be it "a man's finger nails, by his coat-sleeve, by his boot, by his trouser knees, by the callosities of his forefinger and thumb, by his expression, by his shirt cuffs" (STUD: 12).
Right whales have raised patches of toughened skin, called callosities, scattered across their heads, lips, and chins.
Perhaps it was naive to anticipate that Marais and devotee Ardrey would present elementary details such as that baboons have red eyes, cinked tails, their rumps show pink callosities, and in times of dearth that they do cannibalise their own progeny.
The ventral valve has small teeth joining with callosities along the interior sides of the delthyrium; in the posterior part of the delthyrium the teeth are supported by short subparallel dental plates which merge anteriorly with septa bounding laterally the short muscle field (Fig.
Added to this is the damage to all soft tissues of the patient's body by changes of 'Non Enzymatic Glycation' which leads to loss of elasticity of the foot muscles, tendons, ligaments, splinting of joints, limited joint mobility, foot and toe abnormalities, increased plantar pressures, increased propensity for callosities, ulcerations and limb and life threatening infections.