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ta·lar

(tā'lăr),
Relating to the talus.

talar

(tā′lər)
adj. Anatomy
Of or relating to the talus or the ankle.

ta·lar

(tā'lăr)
Relating to the talus.

talar

(tā′lăr) [L. talaris, of the ankle]
Pert. to the talus, the ankle.
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van Raaij, "Atraumatic bilateral insufficiency fractures of the talar neck in a rheumatoid patient," The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, vol.
[7,15] In this study, I found that type B (54%) is the most common pattern of talar facets of calcanei.
Based on this study the positive anterior drawer and talar tilt tests seem to be more common in athletes with acute as well as recurrent LAS.
In this research, information from the years 1995 to 2013 on Talar watershed including 206 series of data was used.
(35,36,38) Kleiger reported that the anterior tibial margin barely reaches the dorsal sulcus of the talar neck when the ankle is in extreme dorsiflexion.
Lateral radiographs obtained with the foot in plantar flexion may show the os trigonum or lateral talar tubercle impinged between the posterior-tibial malleolus and the calcaneal tuberosity.
The scheduling of Pen Talar (1) on S4C, as the Welsh language television broadcaster's major autumn drama for 2010, could not have taken place at a more momentous time.
ARBIL / Aswat al-Iraq: The General Manager of north Iraq Kurdistan's Arbil International Airport, Talar Faiq,, has been granted the "Award of Best Woman in the Field of Civil Aviation in 2010 in the Middle East, Africa and Asia," during an exhibition and conference, held in the UAE on June 1st and ended on Sunday, according to a news conference she held in Arbil on Monday.
6 with the participation of Syrian soprano Talar Dekrmanjian.