anklebone


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anklebone

(ăng′kəl-bōn′)
n.
See talus1.
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On close inspection, the Myanmar anklebone resembles the bones of living and extinct anthropoids more than those of adapiforms, Marivaux and his coworkers report in an upcoming Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Peroneal tendon injuries can be characterised via ankle pain that is not responding to treatment, swelling and tenderness around the outside of the ankle, pain behind the anklebone or pain that transmits from the ankle down into the foot.
But X-rays showed nothing more severe than heavy bruising and a hairline crack on the anklebone.
Knees should be together, anklebones touching, and heels directly beneath sit bones.
Its anklebones and vertebral column are also similar to the anatomy of previously known mammal-like reptiles.
Nobody wanted anklebones in a wrist or tailbones in the wrong order
He is tall and of grave countenance, and wears a coat that reaches to his anklebones, and he has a little wee curl or two in front of each ear.
Gamblers made dice from the anklebones and shoulder blades of sheep.
The two of them were numbed with cold, and the grandson could feel his stiff anklebones.
Sissy anklebones and cheesy Sega play aside, Brand X was good people.
Curious about when the condition first appeared, the researchers examined the fossilised anklebones of ancient birds and feathered dinosaurs held in Chinese museums.