tibia


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Synonyms for tibia

the inner and thicker of the two bones of the human leg between the knee and ankle

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The artificial tibia was covered with ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA).
It seems impossible that fibula can always have higher rate of development compared to tibia in chick [25].
In our study, the water content in the femur and tibia were increased after SCI, which indicates demineralization of these bones.
The imbalance of dietary calcium and phosphorus could decrease tibia parameters such as calcium and phosphorus content, and stimulate the mRNA expression level of calbindin and NaPi-IIb in small intestine of broilers.
Culture-negative chronic osteomyelitis of the tibia with a Brodie's abscess
Ffion's parents want to know exactly how she broke her tibia and shattered her fibia at nursery Picture: HADYN IBALL Springfield Day Nursery, Colwyn Bay says the injury was a regrettable accident'
The tibial component, which consists of a metal piece and plastic piece, supports both the tibia and fibula as it bridges the space between the two bones.
Arsenal have confirmed midfielder Aaron Ramsey will miss the rest of the season after suffering fractures to the tibia and fibula of his right leg.
Cole has been diagnosed with a depressed fracture of the tibia after aggravating the problem prior to Sunday's 1-0 home victory over Manchester United.
UCLA men's basketball player Tyler Honeycutt will be out three to four weeks with a stress reaction in his right tibia.
Researchers found levels of all three lead biomarkers in the tibia, patella and blood were associated with worse cognitive performance.
Male pedipalp: CY = cymbium, DMS = distomedial sclerite of the embolic division, E = embolus, MES = medioectal sclerite of the embolic division, PA = pedipalpal patella, PBL = paracymbial basal lobe, PC = paracymbium, PML = paracymbial medial lobe, ST = subtegulum, TE = tegulum, TI = pedipalpal tibia, TR = trichobothria of the male pedipalpal tibia, TSD = tegular sperm duct.
In one randomized, double-blind study, for example, 51 postmenopausal women with osteopenia were treated with alendronate or placebo and followed over a 2-year period by 3-T MRI of the radius, tibia, and femur; hr-pQCT of the radius and tibia; and dual x-ray absorptiometry measures of bone mineral density.
In one randomized, double-blind study, for example, 51 postmenopausal women with osteopenia were treated with alendronate or placebo and followed over a 2-year period by 3T MRI of the radius, tibia and femur, hr-pQCT of the radius and tibia, and dual x-ray absorptiometry measures of bone mineral density.