ankle region

an·kle re·gion

the area of the lower limb between the leg (crus) and the foot (pes).
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The shoulder and the foot/ ankle region were affected by 6.7% each.
In the rat studies published last year and earlier this year, Bruns' team stimulated nerves in the genital and ankle region. After 15 to 30 minutes, the rodents experienced a strong increase in vaginal blood flow.
The distally based fibularis brevis muscle flap is a reliable alternative for covering defects in the ankle region. Several studies on the clinical application of this muscle flap have shown appropriate outcomes (McHenry, 2001; Bach et al., 2007; Ng et al., 2010).
All images were acquired on a Discovery MR750 3 T scanner (GE Healthcare, Milwaukee, USA) [22] using a 6-channel carotid array coil, adapted for the study of the ankle region. The examinations were focused on the study of the tibial nerve at the medial aspect of the ankle, right above the tibial malleolus.
The foot and ankle region is one of the commonest sites of bursitis because it is subject to mechanical stress from the external environment.
7): Showed duplication of GSV in left leg of a female cadaver which began in the ankle region, the two veins united below knee to form one vein which reduplicated at knee level.
The length of the flat ankle region was determined as the minimum needed to accommodate an Ottobock foot adapter (2R31=M10, Ottobock; Duderstadt, Germany).
In our patient, CRPS was found in the left ankle region (lower extremity) compatible with this information.
(5,12) Early literature suggests that 7-11% of ganglia within the body are located in the foot and ankle region. Ganglion cysts have been identified as the most common soft tissue tumours in this region, accounting for 30-40% of total lesions.
The results showed that the number of flies collected below the ankle region was significantly higher than the number collected on other exposed parts (p <0.05) at Osun Eleja during the wet and dry seasons.
Dance is a high performance athletic activity that leads to a great number of injuries, particularly in the ankle region. One reason for this is the extreme range of ankle motion required of dancers, especially females in classical ballet where the en pointe and demi-pointe positions are common.