calcaneodynia

calcaneodynia

 [kal-ka″ne-o-din´e-ah]
pain in the heel.
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pain·ful heel

a condition in which bearing weight on the heel causes pain of varying severity.
Synonym(s): calcaneodynia
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calcaneodynia

A nonspecific term of waning use for heel pain; it is not used in the working medical parlance, as heel pain is preferred.
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calcaneodynia

Medtalk Heel pain
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pain·ful heel

(pān'fǔl hēl)
A condition in which bearing weight on the heel causes pain of varying severity.
Synonym(s): calcaneodynia, calcodynia.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
Fietkau, "Radiotherapy for benign calcaneodynia: longterm results of the Erlangen dose optimization (EDO) trial," Strahlentherapie und Onkologie, vol.
It has been reported that ESW therapy is valid for calcaneodynia, doctors can use it in the clinic as it does not affect the patients' regular work as and also it neither involves anesthetia nor surgery, and it costs less.
Heel spur syndrome (calcaneal spur syndrome), painful heel syndrome, runner's heel, subcalcaneal pain, calcaneodynia, and calcaneal periostitis are the synonyms of PF (5).