plantaris


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plantar

 [plan´ter]
pertaining to the sole of the foot.

plan·tar

(plan'tar), [TA] Avoid the incorrect form planter or planter's (wart).
Relating to the sole of the foot.
Synonym(s): plantaris [TA]
[L. plantaris]
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Porokeratosis plantaris discreta is a subtype of porokeratosis that presented in adults, more commonly in females, as a lesion with clear-cut margins and wide base.[10]
Porokeratosis, porokeratosis palmaris et plantaris disseminata, cornoid lamella.
It was a ruptured plantaris and apparently it's quite impressive to come back from that so soon.
The Reading forward, out of contract at the Made-jski, said: "I actually ruptured the plantaris (a muscle running almost alongside the achilles tendon) and apparently it's impressive to comeback so soon.
The Reading forward, out of contract at the Madejski, said: "I actually ruptured the plantaris (a muscle running almost alongside the achilles tendon) and apparently it's impressive to come back so soon.
Plantaris is a small fusiform muscle with a long thin tendon, belonging to the superficial group of flexor muscles of the posterior compartment of leg along with gastrocnemius and soleus.
Force-length properties and functional demands of cat gastrocnemius, soleus and plantaris muscles.
Pustulosis palmaris et plantaris: its association with chronic regional multifocal osteomyelitis.
The soft tissues and tendons of the hind foot (Achilles and Plantaris) along with the posterior surface of the calcaneus should be examined in longitudinal and transverse views.
plantaris medialis are included in the neurovascular pedicle of the flap.
Even more florid descriptions abound such as "Mortons Neuralgia nervi plantaris externi im Metatarsophalangealgelink IV" (Devrient 1895).
In muscle wasting, apocynin has protective effects on the diaphragm during prolonged mechanical ventilation (McClung et al., 2009) and in plantaris muscle after myocardial infarction (Bechara et al., 2014) by reducing ROS.