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forefoot

 [for´foot]
the front part of the foot.

forefoot

/fore·foot/ (-foot)
1. one of the front feet of a quadruped.
2. the fore part of the foot.

forefoot

(fôr′fo͝ot′)
n.
Either of the front feet of a quadruped.

forefoot

the portion of the foot that includes the metatarsus and toes.

fore·foot

(fōr'fut)
The part of the foot containing the metatarsal bones and phalanges; the front part of the foot.

forefoot

distal part of foot (from metatarsal bases to the apices of toes)
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Calcaneal/Rearfoot varus is when the calcaneus is inverted with the subtalar joint is in neutral and the forefoot is perpendicular to the lower leg.
The changes of forefoot plantar pressure of the first TMT joint fracture-dislocation: Plantar pressure measurement is a clinical detection technology to measure the static or dynamic plantar pressure to reveal the characteristics of plantar pressure distribution, which could provide references to analyzed the etiology, progression and judge the prognosis.
The static pedobarographic findings we observed while the subjects were standing revealed no difference of force distribution and contact area between forefoot and rearfoot and this finding did not support the hypothesis that the centre of the body shifts to forward because of excessive adipose tissue causing excessive forefoot loading.
2012) recently demonstrated increases in forefoot, midfoot, and medial heel loading, with concomitant decreased loading of the lateral toes during running.
Applying the Chi Squared test it was found that the post-operative static load changes on the forefoot and hind foot were not statistically significant when compared to pre-operative values.
When researchers interviewed 35 runners who wore minimalist shoes and asked them whether they were heel or forefoot strikers, all 35 responded that they were forefoot strikers.
The static pedobarographic evaluation revealed significantly higher forefoot plantar force percentage values in left feet of the patients in group 1 (p=0.
The combination of Nextra and Re+Line provides us a highly differentiated product presence in the two largest and fastest-growing forefoot surgery segments," said William von Brendel, executive vice president of global marketing and international sales.
The first shoe of its kind, Ropix will benefit all sports enthusiast who participate in any activity with forefoot impact is a key component.
The Sickle is formed by stars of the stick-figure lion's forefoot, chest, and curving neck, mane, and head.
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Forefoot landings allow a runner to go longer and faster with less effort, proponents claim.