ankle region

an·kle re·gion

the area of the lower limb between the leg (crus) and the foot (pes).
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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.
DESIGN -This non-metallic safety toe footwear is designed for uniform personnel who need quick side zipper donning with support to the foot and ankle region.
The Shape&Roll Talon's basic design consists of three key parts required for fabricating a first prototype: (1) a sole predicted by the model described in step 3, (2) a flat ankle region with its corresponding ankle center essential for attaching the prosthetic foot adapter (e.
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.
High heels make the leg more attractive because the elevation of the heel enhances the convexity of the upper calf muscles, while making the ankle region appear even thinner, more fragile and feminine," Mark Soldin, consultant plastic surgeon at St George's and Kingston hospitals and spokesman for the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons, said.
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.
Dance is a high performance athletic activity that leads to a great number of injuries, particularly in the ankle region.
The figure also shows the neck region is more sensitive to air motion then the ankle region.
Most ulcers present in the ankle region for a long time are caused by venous insufficiency, or leg veins with broken valves that allow blood to reflux back into the leg," explains Dr.
These reviews have suggested that clinicians and surgeons should include the presence of this muscle in the differential diagnosis for softtissue intumescence on the posteromedial face of the ankle region (Ger & Sedlin, 1976; del Sol et al.
The patient received physiotherapy to correct paresis and reduced sensation in the left foot and ankle region.