phalangeal


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phalangeal

 [fah-lan´je-al]
pertaining to a phalanx.

pha·lan·ge·al

(fă-lan'jē-ăl), Avoid the mispronunciation phalange'al.
Relating to a phalanx.

phalangeal

/pha·lan·ge·al/ (fah-lan´je-al) pertaining to a phalanx.

phalangeal

(fə-lăn′jē-əl, fā-) also

phalangal

(fə-lăng′gəl, fā-) or

phalangean

(fə-lăn′jē-ən, fā-)
adj. Anatomy
Of or relating to a phalanx or phalanges.

phalangeal

[fəlan′jē·al]
Etymology: Gk, phalanx, line of soldiers
pertaining to a phalanx.

phalangeal

adjective Referring to a phalanx or phalanges.

pha·lan·ge·al

(fă-lan'jē-ăl)
Relating to a phalanx.

phalangeal

pertaining to a phalanx.
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However, the other toes are composed of short phalangeal bones, and diabetic lesions are usually not limited to only one joint or phalanx.
Unstable metacarpal and phalangeal fractures: treatment by internal fixation by using AO mini-fragment plates and screws.
Frequencies of carpal, phalangeal, toe and tarsal bones Fracture The most The second common (%) most common (%) Carpal Bones Scaphoid (89) Trapezium (4) Tarsal Bones Calcaneus (55) Talus (20) Metacarpals 5.
Diagnosis of phalangeal and metacarpal fractures can be made after careful clinical assessment and radiological examination.
All 6 patients with radiographic evidence of OA showed involvement at the metacarpal phalangeal and distal interphalangeal joints, whether or not they popped their knuckles.
However, presences of chronic polyarthritis and progressive loss of joint motions with enlargement of the metacarpal and phalangeal epiphyses, mega os trigonum and spinal abnormalities including platyspondyly make our case an exceptional and interesting one.
The Hammertoe Correction System offers a dual threaded design and is inserted between the proximal and middle phalanges, so that the opposing threads fixate on the phalangeal canal of the toe and compress the joint.
1] The inheritance is autosomal dominant, and along with marked hypercholesterolemia,xanthomas are noted commonly on the Achilles tendons and metacarpal phalangeal extensor tendons of the hands of patients with untreated FH.
Background: Phalangeal and metacarpal fractures are the most common skeletal injuries.
She gained improvement in the left hand and wrist, with the return of normal range of motion, skin contour, and wrinkling of the phalangeal joints.
2% of all chondrosarcomas, and most of these are phalangeal tumors [3, 9,10].
Ten years stable internal fixation of metacarpal and phalangeal hand fractures-risk factor and outcome analysis show no increase of complications in the treatment of open compared with closed fractures.