pressure marks

pressure marks

areas of excessive wear on the inner surface of sole, reflecting areas of high dynamic plantar stress
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But she said medics mistook her bite for pressure marks.
Students were found to have pressure marks over neck and shoulder corresponding to the straps of backpacks.
Doing this regularly will reduce dry skin, calluses, cracks and pressure marks, leaving you with far prettier looking feet.
There were patterns of shoes on his face and chest, tramline bruises on his body caused when he was whipped with a fishing rod and pressure marks around his throat.
The zones are configured such that one or more zones are created that cause less or no pressure marks.
There was also evidence of pressure marks around his neck but Mr Grieves-Smith said the evidence showed that he was alive when the fire started.
UFO investigator Brian Rooney, who found the burnt grass and pressure marks at the scene, is certain that heavy equipment has been on the ground, but there is no access to the field for motor vehicles and the nearest lane is 200 yards away.
The zones also have different wrinkle heights and/or densities, such that one or more zones are created that cause less or no pressure marks, whilst overall an excellent force profile is maintained, resulting in well performing, comfortable to wear absorbent articles.
The bleak news was accompanied by another announcement - that after years of pressure Marks is to accept credit cards for the first time.