These provided information on the 3-dimensional spatial orientation of the different regions of the foot relative to the floor and revealed whether different subtalar joint orientations would lead to the collapse or elevation of a particular foot region
A It does sound as if you may be suffering with varicose veins, which most often occur in the lower leg and foot region
, although any vein in the body can actually be affected.
The geometry of the gear drive and gear driving is obtained using mathematical formulations for a real case of manufacturing, including trochoid form at the tooth foot region
1999), which seem to be the motor neurons controlling the musculature of head, buccal, and foot region via their long axon.
While the immunoreactive 5-HT and FMRF-amide neurons were observed in all three ganglia, the immunoreactive nerve fibers containing 5-HT were found concentrated in the neuropils of the ganglia, as well as in musculature of the head, buccal, and foot regions, whereas FMRF-amide fibers were only found in the neuropils and around the hemolymph sacs.
We could start by taking a lesson from journalism and insert a fact-checker into the medical decision-making process, someone capable of saying on the spot, "Uh, doc, bunions are usually found in the foot region
, not in the abdominal cavity.
In addition, the relative load in each foot region
(RL%) was calculated as the force time integral (area under the force curve) in each individual region divided by the force time integral for the total plantar foot surface (Eils et al.
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of interbedded oil, gas and water filled sands is found in these two zones and are supporting current production in nearby wells.
These applications include a composition to reduce cutaneous odor-causing bacteria found at the human axilla and foot regions
, and a composition to reduce cutaneous and nasal atrium Staphylococcus aureus proliferation.
Naito concluded in its paper that the test results provide valuable evidence that the football brain of Neymar recruits very limited neural resources in the motor-cortical foot regions
during foot movements.
2004) indicate that faster walking resulted in higher pressures under all foot regions
except for the arch and lateral metatarsal, primarily due to greater forces under the heel, medial metatarsal and toes.
Quantitative pressure analysis utilised dynamic regional analysis which was based on screening the foot from different directions and identified specific foot regions
which were adapted to each individual's foot shape and type.