calcaneal


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cal·ca·ne·al

, calcanean (kal-kā'nē-al, kal-kā'nē-an),
Relating to the calcaneus or heel bone.

calcaneal

/cal·ca·ne·al/ (kal-ka´ne-al) pertaining to the calcaneus.

calcaneal

1 toward the heel.
2 See calcaneus.

calcaneal

adjective Referring to the calcaneus (heel bone).

cal·ca·ne·al

, calcanean (kal-kā'nē-ăl)
Relating to the calcaneus or heel bone.

calcaneal

arising from or pertaining to the calcaneus.

calcaneal epiphysis avulsion
occurs in young animals in association with avulsion of the gastrocnemius tendon.
common calcaneal tendon
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Isometric and isokinetic strength was evaluated in the knee extensors of the right leg, primarily the quadriceps, to correspond to the side of calcaneal ultrasound measurement.
Calcaneal apophysitis (Sever's disease) is a painful inflammation in the heels of skeletally immature children where the Achilles tendon inserts in the calcaneus apophysis.
Predictive values of calcaneal quantitative ultrasound and dual energy X ray absorptiometry for non-vertebral fracture in older men: results from the MrOS study (Hong Kong).
Calcaneal quantitative ultrasound as a determinant of bone health status: what properties of bone does it reflect?
Compensations include calcaneal eversion and navicular collapse to allow forefoot to contact the surface.
This is a descriptive study which was conducted on human calcaneal articular facets in the Department of Anatomy from September 2016 to May 2017.
Medial displacement calcaneal osteotomy is an effective procedure to correct adult acquired flatfoot (pes planovalgus deformity) with a structured but flexible deformity.
Sever's injury: a stress fracture of the immature calcaneal metaphysis.
The results of this study indicate that healthy, classically-trained ballet students have lower calf endurance as measured by total work performed on the heel-rise test and shorter Achilles tendons from the calcaneal insertion to the gastrocnemius myotendinous junction than non-dancers.
In total, 88 nerves were operated upon: 19 median, 18 ulnar, 18 radian, 17 fibular, and 16 tibial nerves (both medial plantar and medial calcaneal branches decompressed).