(2000) Preliminary investigation of debridement of plantar callosities
in rheumatoid arthritis.
They are indigenous to Africa, Asia, and extreme southern Europe (introduced to Gibraltar) and some possess ischial callosities
(39) The most famous expression of the markings that a man's occupation leaves on his body is found in A Study in Scarlet: "By a man's finger-nails, by his coat-sleeve, by his boot, by his trouser knees, by the callosities
of his forefinger and thumb, by his expression, by his shirt cuffs--by each of these things a man's calling is plainly revealed" (Doyle 1986, 15).
The study of the footprints and natural casts reveals: tracks of feet with impressions of 3 decreasing nails I to III, going towards outside the track, and with two semicircular marks corresponding to the callosities
of digits IV and V; and those horseshoe handed ones, with a very reduced mark of digit I.
Aperture wider than higher, diagonal, without callosities
in the parietal union; peristoma sharp, keel-like resembling a siphostoma.
Conditions such as hammertoe of the second toe, metatarsalgia of the lesser MTP joints, plantar surface keratoses, and callosities
can be present.
They and other whale research pioneers began to distinguish individuals by using distinctive, black horny protuberances, called callosities
, on the whales' heads.
A horrible bogey-ridden, demon-haunted time it was to me and then one has not the fortitude, or callosities
perhaps, with which to deal with it.
Though declared an internationally protected species in 1935, this stocky whale, notable for its wart-like bumps, or callosities
, covering the head, was hunted in Brazilian waters until the close of the last whaling station in Santa Catarina in 1973.
Working with a former Sydney University computer engineering student David Shanahan, Burnell uses a computer-assisted recognition system to quickly match those callosities
with his photographic records, a process similar to the one police computers use to match and identify fingerprints.
and encountered numerous ragged excrescences and raspy callosities
The detective then informs the doctor that with his specialized knowledge, he can accurately infer the whole history of a man by observing such things as his fingernails, his facial expression, and the callosities
of his forefinger and thumb.