talocrural


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talocrural

 [ta″lo-kro̳r´al]
pertaining to the ankle bone (talus) and adjacent long bones of the lower limb.

ta·lo·cru·ral

(tā'lō-krū'răl),
Relating to the talus and the bones of the leg; denoting the ankle joint.

ta·lo·cru·ral

(tā'lō-krūr'ăl)
Relating to the talus and the bones of the leg; denoting the ankle joint.
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A Larsen grade of less than 2 for both the talocrural and subtalar joints of the hindfoot was defined as the hindfoot preserved, and a Larsen grade of more than 3 for either the talocrural or subtalar joint was defined as hindfoot affected (Table 2).
O grupo A referiu-se a populacao que foi aplicada a Tecnica de Thrust na articulacao talocrural e o grupo B constou as participantes que submeteu-se a tecnica de Liberacao de Ponto Gatilho em Tibial Anterior e Soleo.
Segment Proximal boundary Distal boundary Upper Arm Glenohumeral Joint Humeroulnar Joint Forearm Humeroulnar Joint Ulnocarpal Joint Hand Ulnocarpal Joint Distal Phalanges Thigh Shank Femoral Head Tibiofemoral Joint Tibiofemoral Joint Talocrural Joint Foot Talocrural Joint Distal Phalanges Segment Basic description (a) Upper Arm Commences between the head of the Humerus and glenoid fossa of the Scapula, separating the upper arm from the trunk; Ending at the elbow axis, noted by the trochlea of the Humerus and olecranon process of the Ulna.
[12] Prophylactic ankle bracing seems to enhance the talocrural joint's congruency and stability while simultaneously allowing functional movement in the frontal and transverse planes.
In MTSS and stress fracture, passive and active talocrural ranges of motion are usually without pain, contrary to the symptomatology of ACS with very painful ranges of motion.
Some physiotherapy protocols recommend early passive mobilization of the talocrural joint after surgery1.
Exclusion criteria included swelling that did not restrict the range of movement in the talocrural joint, and other conditions, i.e.
Mobility of the ankle joint: recording of rotator movements in the talocrural joint in vitro with and without the lateral collateral ligaments of the ankle.
5) are also very common in dance and require weightbearing maximal dorsiflexion of the talocrural joint, stretching especially the posteriorly located FHL tendon, and causing "wringing out" of its blood supply, which is already at risk due to an avascular zone posteriorly of the talus.
Further, pain was elicited at the anterior talocrural joint line.
Nevertheless, better radiological outcomes (talocrural angle compared to the normal ankle) were demonstrated in the operative groups [18].
Appendicular segmental boundary definitions for lower-body analysis using DXA Segment Proximal End Distal End Thigh Femoral Head Tibiofemoral Joint Shank Tibiofemoral Talocrural Joint Joint Foot Talocrural Distal Joint Phalanges Segment Regional Description Thigh Commences beneath the head of the Femur along the line of the anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS) and inferior ramus of the pubis; Ending through knee axis, noted by the 'tibial plateau' (space between the femoral and tibial condyles).