anklebone


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anklebone

(ăng′kəl-bōn′)
n.
See talus1.
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They also indicate that an X-ray was taken at about the same time, and that plaintiff was diagnosed with an oblique fracture to her left anklebone. After being told that the injury would require surgery, plaintiff was admitted to the hospital ...
The sinus tarsi syndrome Lingering inflammation, scar tissue, or a partly torn ligament can occur in the hollow place in the side of the anklebone called the sinus tarsi (sinus in Latin means hollow or sunken and the tarsus is the ankle).
Pre-mix and apply five drops of this oil blend to the area below each anklebone and then across the front of the foot, between the ankles.
During the proceedings, one of them decided to try twisting the taxi passenger's foot against the force of his anklebone. Apparently, he succeeded in twisting the man's foot through several revolutions before the skin tore and the bone snapped.
One key display shows a nail driven through the anklebone of
An adjustable, high-density foam ankle pad maximizes comfort by cushioning the anklebone and allowing the holster to be placed exactly where your customers want it.
Artificial bone fills a hole in my ankle joint, and three large screws hold my larger anklebone together.
Mind, my ankle packed in again this week (old injury involving platform shoes and too much wine), and it looked as though my anklebone had applied for a visa to have moved to where it was.
70): "Athurqas(100) said: If the anklebone of a live weasel (ka b bni irs) is removed and hung on a woman she will not conceive as long as it hangs on her."(101)