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*  Ottawa ankle rules
OR Bone tenderness along the distal 6 cm of the posterior edge of the fibula or tip of the lateral malleolus, OR An inability ...
*  Zenker's paralysis
Peroneal nerve and its nerve branches need to be fixed from adherence to proximal fibula, which proximal fibula is about 3~5 cm ... Common causes of damage to the peroneal nerve include the following: Traumatic injury on the knee Fracture of the fibula Using ...
*  Sprained ankle
... called the tibia and fibula. High ankle sprains commonly occur from a sudden and forceful outward twisting of the foot, which ...
*  Fibula
Position of fibula (shown in red) Shape of fibula (right) Diagram which depicts ossification of human fibula. Lower extremity ... The word fibula can be dated back to c. 1670 to describe a clasp or brooch - see fibula (brooch) - and was first used in ... Fracture of the fibula at the level of the syndesmosis Type C: Fracture of the fibula proximal to the syndesmosis. A ... The fibula or calf bone is a leg bone located on the lateral side of the tibia, with which it is connected above and below. It ...
*  Tibia
The tibia is found on the medial side of the leg next to the fibula and closer to the median plane or centre-line. The tibia is ... As in other vertebrates the tibia is one of two bones in the lower leg, the other being the fibula, and is a component of the ... The leg bones (femur, tibia and fibula) are the strongest long bones as they have to support the rest of the body. The ... The forward flat part of the tibia is called the fibia, often confused with the fibula.[citation needed] The anterior crest or ...
*  Praeneste fibula
The Praeneste fibula (the "brooch of Palestrina") is a golden fibula or brooch, today housed in the Museo Preistorico ... Authors who argue that the Fibula is a forgery: Hamp, Eric P. (1981). "Is the Fibula a Fake?". American Journal of Philology. ... The fibula was thought to originate from the 7th century BC. It is inscribed with a text that appears to be written in Old ... The fibula bears an inscription in Old Latin. At the time of its discovery in the late nineteenth century, it was accepted as ...
*  Nassaria fibula
... is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Buccinidae, the true whelks. Fraussen & ... Nassaria fibula Fraussen & Stahlschmidt, 2008. Retrieved through: World Register of Marine Species on 17 April 2010.. ...
*  Subcancilla fibula
... is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Mitridae, the miters or miter snails. ... Bouchet, P. (2016). Subcancilla fibula (Poppe, Tagaro & Salisbury, 2009). In: MolluscaBase (2017). Accessed through: World ...
*  Meldorf fibula
The Meldorf fibula is a Germanic spring-case-type fibula found in Meldorf, Schleswig-Holstein in 1979. Though the exact ... The fibula is kept in Gottorp, Schleswig-Holstein. Ancient Germanic culture portal Negau helmet Drawing originally from Düwel/ ... The inscription, found on the fibula's foot and carried out in the tremolo or assay puncture technique, remains the subject of ... If the inscription on the Meldorf fibula is runic, then it has far-reaching implications regarding the question as to the ...
*  Charnay Fibula
The Charnay Fibula is a mid-6th century fibula or brooch which was discovered in Burgundy in 1857. It has a runic inscription ... ISBN 1-84383-205-4. The article Charnay Fibula in the Encyclopædia Britannica online. Runic magic. ... and two short sequences on the lower part of the fibula: :uþfnþai:id dan:liano: ïia kr One published interpretation makes this ...
*  Disc fibula
A disc fibula or disc brooch is a type of fibula, that is, a brooch, buckle, clip or pin used to fasten clothing that has a ... Well-known fibulae of this type date to the Migration Period and the centuries either side of it, for example the disc fibulae ... Alemannian disc fibula of the 6th century with almandine and bone inlays Pair of disc fibulae from the Aregund grave c. 6th C. ... Berlin, 2000, ISBN 3-11-016858-8. Search for Disc fibula in the German Digital Library Search for Disc fibula in the SPK ...
*  Fibula (penile)
Some Jews also utilized fibulas to hide that they were circumcised. The word fibula could also be used in general in Rome to ... A penile fibula is foremost a ring, attached with a pin through the foreskin to fasten it above the glans penis. It was mainly ... This ring type of fibula has been described akin to a "large modern safety pin". Its usage may have had several reasons, for ... Fibulas were frequent subject of ridicule among satirists in Rome. Boxer at Rest, a Hellenistic Greek sculpture showing ...
*  Rickenella fibula
... or Omphalina fibula is a species of fungi that belongs to the genus Rickenella. The cap is quite small, with ... Media related to Rickenella fibula at Wikimedia Commons. ...
*  Bülach fibula
The Bülach fibula is a silver disk-type fibula with almandine inlay found in Bülach, Canton Zürich in 1927. The Alemannic grave ... The fibula, dated to between the 3rd and 6th centuries, bears an Elder Futhark runic inscription, the only one found in ...
*  Frei-Laubersheim fibula
The fibula is one of a pair, and bears a runic inscription in the Elder Futhark. The fibula bears a runic inscription divided ... The Frei-Laubersheim fibula is a silver-gilt bow-style fibula found in Frei-Laubersheim, Bad Kreuznach (Rhineland-Palatinate) ... The Frei-Laubersheim fibula appears as a charge in Frei-Laubersheim's municipal coat of arms. It occupies the field in base on ... Ancient Germanic culture portal Nordendorf fibulae Pforzen buckle Cf. Körber (1900:126-128). Looijenga (2003:241) views the ...
*  Femur fibula ulna syndrome
Femur-fibula-ulna syndrome (FFU syndrome) or femur-fibula-ulna complex is a very rare syndrome characterized by abnormalities ... Proximal femoral focal deficiency "Orphanet: Femur fibula ulna complex". Orpha.net. Retrieved 2011-10-26. Holmes, Lewis B. ( ... of the femur (thigh bone), fibula (calf bone) and the ulna (forearm bone). There have been suggestions that FFU complex may be ...
*  Fib
... may refer to: Kingdom of Fib, now Fife, Scotland Fib (poetry), a form of poetry Festival Internacional de Benicàssim, a ... a Bulgarian bank Fascia iliaca block Fibrillarin Fibrillation Fibrinogen Fibula FiB index, or Fisheries in Balance index ... the highest international authority of bocce sport Fib (lie), a form of lying that is usually forgiven because it is not ...
*  Serpentine fibula-polycystic kidney syndrome
Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man (OMIM) SERPENTINE FIBULA-POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY SYNDROME -600330 Date, C. "SERPENTINE FIBULA- ... Rosser EM, Mann NP, Hall CM, Winter RM (Apr 1996). "Serpentine fibula syndrome: expansion of the phenotype with three affected ... All of the following are usual elements of the syndrome: Short stature Abnormal calf bone shape (fibula) Unusual facial ... Exner GU (Jun 1988). "Serpentine fibula-polycystic kidney syndrome. A variant of the Melnick-Needles syndrome or a distinct ...
*  Fib (poetry)
What's a Fib? Math plus poetry. by Deborah Haar Clark - article at poetryfoundation.org Fibetry Fib poetry site - registration ... The only restriction on a Fib is that the syllable count follow the Fibonacci sequence. An example of a typical fib: The form ... That is, the typical fib and one version of the contemporary Western haiku both follow a strict structure. The typical fib is a ... by Glenn Sheldon The Fib Review The Fib Review - an online journal dedicated to Fibonacci Poetry. See webpage for Submissions. ...
*  Nordendorf fibulae
The Nordendorf fibulae are two mid 6th to early 7th century Alamannic fibulae found in Nordendorf near Augsburg, Bavaria, ... Both fibulae are from the same grave, a woman's grave from an Alemannic cemetery of 448 row graves. They are labelled I and II ... The first fibula bears the following Elder Futhark inscription containing the names of Wodan, the chief god of the Alamanni, ... With the fibula's date falling precisely in the period of gradual Christianization of the Alamanni (the bishopric of Konstanz ...
*  King Fib
For the Kingdom of Fib see Kingdom of Fib. Fib is a mythological Pictish prince mentioned in the Pictish Chronicle. He was king ... Fib's rule may of been 715-691 BCE according to the Pictish Chronicles "Fibaid xxiiij" which translates to Fib ruled for 24 ... Map of the Kingdom of Fib (Traditional Fife) Pictish kingdoms Kessler, P L. "Kingdoms of Caledonia & Ireland - Pictland". www. ... of the Fib Kingdom (Fife), he ruled for 24 years along with his brothers, Cat, Fidach, Cé, Fótla, Circinn and Fortriu. He was ...
*  Polaris FIB
... but as a result of customer demand it was later developed into the amphibious Polaris AM-FIB. The FIB's single surface wing is ... The Polaris FIB ("Flying Inflatable Boat") is an Italian flying boat ultralight trike, designed and produced by Polaris Motor ... Even though it did not have a boat hull it was still marketed under the FIB name. Data from Bayerl General characteristics Crew ... The FIB complies with the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale microlight category, including the category's maximum gross ...
*  Illyrian fibulae
... or brooches were widely used by Illyrians and were very common in Illyria. Some types of fibulae are one of ... The Glasinac fibula was a variant of the simple bow-fibula which is common among many Illyrians. Other forms which appear in ... Several varieties of fibulae have a distinctive evolution in Ilyria, notable the Spectacle brooch of two concentrically wound ...
*  Polaris AM-FIB
The AM-FIB was developed from the Polaris FIB as a result of customer demand. It was designed to comply with the Fédération ... The Polaris AM-FIB ("Amphibious Flying Inflatable Boat") is an Italian amphibious flying boat ultralight trike, designed and ...
*  FIB Champions Cup
... (or Edsbyn Champions Cup) is an international (pre-season) bandy tournament held annually in September on ...