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MLA

 
Medical Library Association.
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MLA

Abbreviation for:
Medical Laboratory Assistant (Medspeak-UK)
Medical Library Association 
minimal lumen area (see there)
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The effect of exercise and time on the height and width of the medial longitudinal arch following the modified reverse-6 and the modified augmented low-dye taping procedures.
Active hip external rotation (degrees): the external rotation angle of the right hip was analyzed at the aforementioned moment when height of the medial longitudinal arch was lowest.
Burns, "The measurement of the medial longitudinal arch in children," Foot & Ankle International, vol.
The relationship between the height of the medial longitudinal arch (MLA) and the ankle and knee injuries in professional runners.
Positive correlations were found between body mass index and foot length, metatarsal width, heel width, medial longitudinal arch contact width and halluxvalgus angle; between ballet starting age and metatarsal width, heel width; between duration of training and foot length, metatarsal width and hallux valgus angle (p?0.05 each).
in their study investigated the correlation between foot's medial longitudinal arch' height and rate of damages to ankle and knee in professional runners.
WABIAN-2R tends to fall to the inside because the medial longitudinal arch of the human-like foot mechanism is more elastic than the lateral longitudinal arch.
Another aim of the study is to investigate the relationship between MTSS and the pronation indicators such as medial longitudinal arch deformation and navicular drop.
This then results in a tendon dysfunction with possible rupture and gradual collapse of the medial longitudinal arch of the foot.
Del Rossi et al., (2004) identified arch taping and a medial wedge orthotic, used separately, maintained the medial longitudinal arch height for 15 minutes; however, a combination of the two techniques maintained the medial longitudinal arch for 30 minutes.
The CSI is one of the parameters used in the evaluation of the foot medial longitudinal arch (MLA) height and the increase in this index is an indicator of the pronation of the foot.
Imai et al., "Load response of the medial longitudinal arch in patients with flatfoot deformity: in vivo 3D study," Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon), vol.
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