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*  Cross country running shoe
The feet change shape and swell when running, so a shoe that fit while sitting or walking may not work for running. When ... Sheehan, Jan (2009-04-13). "A Guide to Choosing Running Shoes - Foot Health Center". EverydayHealth.com. Retrieved 2014-05-26. ...
*  Hand, foot, and mouth disease
Media related to Hand, foot and mouth disease at Wikimedia Commons News related to Highly contagious Hand, foot and mouth ... "Mysterious deadly illness in Cambodian children tied to hand, foot and mouth disease". Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease. World ... Hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD) is a common infection caused by a group of viruses. It typically begins with a fever and ... Hand, foot and mouth disease most commonly occurs in children under the age of 10. It tends to occur in outbreaks during the ...
*  Chopart's fracture-dislocation
The foot is usually dislocated medially (80%) and superiorly, which occurs when the foot is plantar flexed and inverted. ... Chopart's fracture-dislocation is usually caused by falls from height, traffic collisions and twisting injuries to the foot as ... Diagnosis is made on plain radiograph of the foot, although the extent of injury is often underestimated. Treatment comprises ... Chopart's fracture-dislocation is a dislocation of the mid-tarsal (talonavicular and calcaneocuboid) joints of the foot, often ...
*  Occupational hazards of human nail dust
Biological dust from the hand and foot care procedures may deposit in the conjunctiva, nose, and throughout the respiratory ... Nail dust collected during foot care procedures performed in office settings has been found to contain keratin, keratin ... The antifungal treatment of many other trichophyton foot infections has alleviated symptoms of hypersensitivity, asthma, and ...
*  Drum brake
... one rule of thumb is that cast iron should not be machined faster than fifty feet per minute). Usually it is only necessary to ... brake system controls the brakes through a series of steel cables that are connected to either a hand lever or a foot pedal. ...
*  Venetian-style shoe
... are mid-heel slippers with an upper or top part that is slightly open to the kick of the foot and the ankle bone. The venetian- ...
*  Rocker bottom shoe
Such shoes ensure the wearer does not have flat footing along the proximal-distal axis of the foot. The shoes are generically ... Proponents of modern heel-to-toe rocker sole shoes claim that because the foot of the wearer is slightly destabilised, certain ... "Is It Safe to Wear Rocker Bottom Shoes?". Foot Wire. 14 January 2015. Bird, Bill (1999). Self Help Guide for the Footsore. Wise ... Schaff, PS; Cavanagh, PR (1990). "Shoes for the insensitive foot: The effect of a "rocker bottom" shoe modification on plantar ...
*  Comparative foot morphology
The paw of the dog, the hoof of the horse, the manus (foot) and pes (foot) of the elephant, and the foot of the human all share ... The foot strikes the ground with the ball of the foot, and then the heel drops. The heel drop elastically extends the Achilles ... The tarsals and metapodials are arranged so as to form an arch, similarly to the human foot. The six toes of each foot of the ... "An overview of foot conditions in Asian and African elephants". In Csuti, B; Sargent, EL; Bechert, US. The elephant's foot. ...
*  Foot rot
... of Cattle Image of a foot with foot rot Foot rot information [1] Information on foot rot in sheep. ... Super foot rot infection occurs much faster and is usually much more severe. Most normal foot rot treatments will not cure this ... This is one of the reasons foot rot is such a major problem in the summer. Foot rot is easily identifiable by its appearance ... The second stage of the disease is marked by the invasion of the foot by the foot rot bacterium Dichelobacter nodosus, a Gram- ...
*  Ascochyta diseases of pea
Ascochyta foot rot (P. pinodella) The symptoms of P. pinodella are very similar to those caused by M. pinodes, but less severe ... In contrast, the foot rot is usually more severe, oftentimes infecting the stem at the soil line and extending below ground, ... pinodella) causes Ascochyta foot rot, and Ascochyta pisi causes Ascochyta blight and pod spot. Of the three fungi, Ascochyta ... A. pisi rarely attacks the base of the plant or causes foot rot in comparison to M. pinodes and P. pinodella. Certain ...
*  Accessory navicular bone
Immobilizing involves placing the foot and ankle in a cast or removable walking boot. This alleviates stressors on the foot and ... centers-of-excellence/orthopedics-bone-and-joint/institute-for-foot-and-ankle-reconstruction/conditions-we-treat/flat-feet/ ... An accessory navicular bone is an accessory bone of the foot that occasionally develops abnormally in front of the ankle ... Media related to Accessory navicular bone at Wikimedia Commons Wheeless' Textbook of Orthopaedics Mercy Institute for foot and ...
*  Diabetic foot ulcer
... previous foot ulcerations or amputations, and ischemia of small and large blood vessels. Prior history of foot disease, foot ... J Foot Ankle Res, 2014. 7: p. 35. Snyder R.J.; et al. (2014). "The management of diabetic foot ulcers through optimal off- ... Diabetic foot ulcer is a major complication of diabetes mellitus, and probably the major component of the diabetic foot. Wound ... Foot-care education combined with increased surveillance can reduce the incidence of serious foot lesions. The evidence for ...
*  Toe walking
One type of brace used is an AFO (ankle-foot orthosis). Serial casting where the foot is cast with the tendon stretched, and ... "Equinus Deformity at Foot Associates of Central Texas, LLC". 2009. Archived from the original on 2013-12-08. Retrieved 2013-12- ... A congenital shortening of the Achilles tendon can be hereditary, can take place over time as the result of abnormal foot ... It may also be one way of accommodating a separate condition, foot drop. Persistent toe walking in children has been identified ...
*  American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
The American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS) is a professional medical society of foot and ankle surgeons in the ... ACFAS publishes the Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery. ACFAS is a professional medical organization of over 6,000 podiatric foot ... The Mission of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons is to advance the surgical knowledge of its members and improve ... ACFAS also provides a website for patient education on foot and ankle conditions and when to seek the care of a podiatric ...
*  Navicular bone
ISBN 978-87-628-0307-7. "Top Rated Foot Surgeons - Foot & Ankle Institute in Baltimore- Mercy". "Wheeless' Textbook of ... It is the last of the foot bones to start ossification and does not tend to do so until the end of the third year in girls and ... The navicular bone /nəˈvɪkjʊlər/ is a small bone found in the feet of most mammals. The navicular bone in humans is one of the ... The central tarsal bone in the hock of the horse is homologous and analogous to the navicular bone of the human foot, and thus ...
*  Flexor hallucis longus muscle
Muscles of the leg.Posterior view Muscles of the sole of the foot. Muscles of the sole of the foot. Dorsum and sole of Foot. ... Muscles of the sole of the foot. Second layer. Muscles of the sole of the foot. Muscles of the back of the leg. Deep layer. ... As the tendon passes forward in the sole of the foot, it is situated above, and crosses from the lateral to the medial side of ... The fibers pass obliquely downward and backward, where it passes through the tarsal tunnel on the medial side of the foot and ...
*  Calcaneocuboid joint
The calcaneocuboid joint is conventionally described as among the least mobile joints in the human foot. The articular surfaces ... J Foot Ankle Res. 1 (Suppl 1). doi:10.1186/1757-1146-1-S1-O39. PMC 2562120 . lljoints at The Anatomy Lesson by Wesley Norman ( ...
*  Barefoot running
The foot of habitually shod runners typically lands with an initial heel strike, while the foot of a barefoot runner lands with ... through the springing action of the foot's natural arch. Scientists studying runners' foot motions have observed striking ... The structure of the human foot and lower leg is very efficient at absorbing the shock of landing and turning the energy of the ... Ridge ST, Johnson AW, Mitchell UH, Hunter I, Robinson E, Rich BS, Brown SD (25 March 2013). "Foot bone marrow edema after a 10- ...
*  Foot
Flat feet Foot binding Foot fetishism Foot gymnastics Foot pressure Foot washing Gait analysis Pes cavus Sole (foot) Runner's ... "foot"), from PIE root *ped- "foot." The "[p]lural form feet is an instance of i-mutation." The human foot is a strong and ... In this sense the plural is often foot. The current inch and foot are implied from measurements in 12c." The word "foot" also ... including a club foot or flat feet. This leaves humans more vulnerable to medical problems that are caused by poor leg and foot ...
*  Henry Foot
"Henry Foot". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 29 January 2015. Henry Foot at Cricket Archive. ... Foot made a single first-class appearance for the side, during the 1851-52 season, against Tasmania. From the opening order, he ... Henry Foot (21 November 1805 - 14 May 1857) was an English-born cricketer who played for Victoria. He was born in Romsey, ...
*  First-foot
After the first-foot, also called "podariko" (from the root pod-, or foot), the lady of the house serves the guests with ... The first-foot usually brings several gifts, including perhaps a coin (silver is considered good luck), bread, salt, coal, ... However, in Sweden having a fair skinned, blond(e) first-foot is considered of the highest blessing, but a darker persons are ... In Scottish and Northern English folklore, the first-foot, also known in Manx Gaelic as quaaltagh or qualtagh, is the first ...
*  Jesse Foot
... (1744-1826) was an English surgeon and biographer. Foot was born at Charlton, Wiltshire in 1744. He received a ... Foot died at Ilfracombe, aged 70, on 5 January 1850. "Foot, Jesse". Biographical Dictionary of the Living Authors of Great ... Foot wrote a slanted Life of John Hunter. He was also the biographer of Andrew Robinson Stoney (Bowes) and his wife, Mary ... Returning to England, Foot was appointed house-surgeon to the Middlesex Hospital, and on the conclusion of his term of office ...
*  Cape foot
A Cape foot is a unit of length defined as 1.0330 English feet (and equal to 12.396 English inches, or 0.31485557516 meters) ... There were 144 square Cape feet in one Cape rood and 600 Cape roods (86,400 square Cape feet) in one morgen. Its use ceased ... "Cape Foot". Sizes. Retrieved 2011-12-25. "Instructions for the Conversions of Areas to Metric". Law Society of South Africa. ... Its relationship to the English foot was clarified in 1859 by an Act of the government of the Cape Colony, South Africa. It was ...
*  Alister Foot
... (born 15 June 1987) is an Australian lightweight rower. He won a gold medal at the 2011 World Rowing Championships ... "Alister Foot". International Rowing Federation. Retrieved 19 December 2017. ...
*  Lizards Foot
... (77°13′S 162°52′E / 77.217°S 162.867°E / -77.217; 162.867Coordinates: 77°13′S 162°52′E / 77.217°S 162.867°E ... "Lizards Foot". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2013-06-25. This article ... incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Lizards Foot" (content from the ...