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Related to calcaneal: calcaneal spur, calcaneal apophysitis, Calcaneal fracture

cal·ca·ne·al

, calcanean (kal-kā'nē-al, kal-kā'nē-an),
Relating to the calcaneus or heel bone.

calcaneal

/cal·ca·ne·al/ (kal-ka´ne-al) pertaining to the calcaneus.

calcaneal

1 toward the heel.
2 See calcaneus.

calcaneal

adjective Referring to the calcaneus (heel bone).

cal·ca·ne·al

, calcanean (kal-kā'nē-ăl)
Relating to the calcaneus or heel bone.

calcaneal

arising from or pertaining to the calcaneus.

calcaneal epiphysis avulsion
occurs in young animals in association with avulsion of the gastrocnemius tendon.
common calcaneal tendon
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A comparison of calcaneal dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry and calcaneal ultrasound for predicting the diagnosis of osteoporosis from hip and spine densitometry.
Contrary to our hypothesis, we found no significant relation between physical activity and BMD or calcaneal quantitative ultrasound measures in this population when we controlled for age, height, weight, years since diagnosis of MS, and glucocorticoid use.
Although the hyperplastic anterior calcaneal process, or the "anteater" sign, is a well-known sign for calcaneonavicular coalitions seen on lateral ankle radiographs (11) and sagittal MR images, we saw a far more common occurrence of the hyperplastic navicular, or "reverse anteater" sign, on sagittal imaging.
Wear KA, Armstrong DW III: Relationships among calcaneal backscatter, attenuation, sound speed, hip bone mineral density, and age in normal adult women.
Carden DG: Rupture of the calcaneal tendon: the early and late management.
Study conclusions showed a significant association between atrophy of the abductor digit minimi muscle, an MRI manifestation of Baxter's neuropathy, with age, plantar calcaneal spur formation and plantar fasciitis.
Boonen S, Nijs J, Borghs H, Peeters H, Vanderschueren D, Luyten FR Identifying postmenopausal women with osteoporosis by calcaneal ultrasound, metacarpal digital X-ray radiogrammetry and phalangeal radiographic absorptiometry: a comparative study.
This edition has been updated with new procedures, including minimally invasive calcaneal fracture fixation and subcutaneous plating pilon fractions; more on total ankle arthroplasty to reflect recent advances and improved outcomes; and information on minimally invasive techniques.
The electrodes were applied with a center-to-center distance of 2 cm, lateral to the calcaneal tendon, ~ 17 cm above the calcaneus and below the muscle fibres of the gastrocnemius.
Lead concentrations in tibial and calcaneal bone in relation to the history of occupational lead exposure.
14) Achilles tendinopathy involving the calcaneal insertion presents as posterior heel pain with swelling and tenderness over the tendon near its insertion.
The growth came from strong global sales of the Gamma3 Hip Fracture System and the SPS Calcaneal Foot Plating System, as well as solid demand for the company's T2 Nailing System in the United States, Canada and the Pacific region.