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ta·lar

(tā'lăr),
Relating to the talus.

talar

(tā′lər)
adj. Anatomy
Of or relating to the talus or the ankle.

ta·lar

(tā'lăr)
Relating to the talus.

talar

(tā′lăr) [L. talaris, of the ankle]
Pert. to the talus, the ankle.
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10,18] Less medial rotation of talar head occurs in type B facet pattern leading to unstable subtalar joint and causes osteoarthritis.
According to the published prospective studies, using the anterior drawer and talar tilt tests to predict occurrence of LAS in athletes present conflicting results.
Simplemente no le creemos a Pichardo de que tanta extension del Nevado tenga plaga; ni mucho menos que la unica solucion sea talar.
O'Donoghue observed that talar exostoses were positioned inside the margin of the anterior capsule on the talus.
13) Talar fractures may be managed conservatively with immobilization and nonweight-bearing for 4 to 6 weeks, but specialty consultation should be considered.
Pen Talar was one of the first Welsh language television programmes to generate new levels of participatory culture using on-line technologies.
I'm not able to confirm whether the Secretary of State has or plans to watch Pen Talar," she says.
Talar examina los puntos comunes entre el pragmatismo y el modernismo, particularmente en las areas de ciencia y religion.
Seven of the eight patients were negative on the anterior drawer test after the procedure; five of eight patients had a negative talar tilt test.
The talar component sits in the talus bone, allowing the foot to flex up and down.
These systems were specifically designed to verify critical dimensions of orthopedic implants, such as intervertebral disc spacers; artificial discs; the stem, ball, and cup of prosthetic ball joints; tibial and femoral knee implants; and tibial and talar ankle implants; as well as syringe components and fluid flow components.
We evaluated tibial torsion and talar spin for ankle rotational alignment.