transtibial

transtibial

/trans·tib·i·al/ (trans-tib´e-al) across or through the tibia.
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For example, for a service member with a transtibial amputation, the PEB assigned a percent disability to the amputation diagnosis of 40%.
ACLR was performed with a transtibial, single bundle technique.
Jayakaran P, Johnson GM, Sullivan SJ (2013) Turning performance in persons with a dysvascular transtibial amputation.
The effectiveness of inpatient rehabilitation in the acute postoperative phase of care after transtibial or transfemoral amputation: study of an integrated health care delivery system.
Available in sizes 8-11 mm and 21 mm in length, ExoShape Femoral will come pre-loaded on a delivery system with a flexible rod that enables simple tendon shuttling and easy navigation across the joint for both transtibial and anteromedial approaches.
Available in sizes 8-11 millimeters and 21 millimeters in length, ExoShape Femoral comes pre-loaded on a delivery system with a flexible rod that enables tendon shuttling and improved navigation across the joint for both transtibial and anteromedial approaches.
The prosthesis can be used by unilateral or bilateral (single or double) transtibial and transfemoral (above-knee and below-knee) amputees who wish to sprint on competitive or recreational levels.
Pistorious, who is also known as the "Blade Runner" due to his carbon fibre transtibial artificial limbs, needs to run 45.
It fully covers essential information across a range of transtibial and transfemoral prostheses, components, biomechanics, evaluation, and gait analysis.
In transtibial amputees the ankle is the most critical element in such investigations, since the musculo-skeletal system is able to adapt to most defficiences and still perform in a manner similar to that expected in a healhy person.
Four patients underwent amputation, including 1 transtibial and 1 transmetatarsal.

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