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*  Walking foot
A sewing machine might have a single walking foot, or two walking feet with alternating action. A walking foot may be combined ... and so add-on walking foot attachments are available. A "plaid matcher" is similar to a walking foot, but unlike a walking foot ... The plaid matcher's downward pressure is more helpful than that of the presser foot because the plaid matcher's foot can slide ... A walking foot is a mechanism for feeding the workpiece through a sewing machine as it is being stitched. It is most useful for ...
*  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 ...
*  Clubfoot
Examination of the lower extremity and foot reveals the deformity, which may affect one or both feet. Examination of the foot ... The affected foot, calf, and leg may be smaller than the other. In about half of those affected, both feet are involved. Most ... The affected foot, calf, and leg may be smaller than the other. In about half of those affected, both feet are involved. Most ... As the foot grows, there is potential for asymmetric growth that can result in recurrence of foot deformity that can affect the ...
*  Ottawa ankle rules
... for foot injuries), OR Bone tenderness at the navicular bone (for foot injuries), OR An inability to bear weight both ... In medicine, the Ottawa ankle rules are a set of guidelines for clinicians to help decide if a patient with foot or ankle pain ... Additionally, the Ottawa ankle rules indicate whether a foot X-ray series is required. It states that it is indicated if: There ... "Ottawa rules for x-ray of knee, ankle and foot". gp-training.net - a GP education and training resource. (graphical explanation ...
*  Total contact casting
J Foot Ankle Res, 2014. 7: p. 35. Snyder, R.J., et al., The management of diabetic foot ulcers through optimal off-loading ... Diabet Foot Ankle, 2010. 1. Snyder, R.J., et al., The management of diabetic foot ulcers through optimal off-loading building ... TCC reduces the stride length, which slows down the foot and reduces the force applied to the foot. TCC has been shown to ... Lavery, L.A., et al., Reducing dynamic foot pressures in high-risk diabetic subjects with foot ulcerations: a comparison of ...
*  Bunion
A bunion is a deformity of the joint connecting the big toe to the foot. The big toe often bends towards the other toes and the ... If the bunion deformity becomes severe enough, the foot can hurt in different places even without the constriction of shoes. It ... "Hallux Valgus". American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society. Retrieved 2016-12-30. Last reviewed June 2015 Piqué-Vidal, Carlos; ... and the deviation in the angle between the first and second metatarsal bones of the foot. The small sesamoid bones found ...
*  SmartToe
Techniques in Foot & Ankle Surgery"; Techniques in Foot & Ankle Surgery, 2008; Daniel J. Cuttia, DO, William DeCarbo, DPM, W. ... Foot & Ankle Centre, Clinique des Grangettes, 1224 Chêne-Bougeries/Geneva, CH-Switzerland "New Intramedullary Implant for ... Bret Smith, DO, and Gregory C. Berlet, MD, Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Center, Columbus, Ohio. "Top Innovations in Pediatric Care ...
*  Brontotheriidae
Brontotheres retain four toes on their front feet and three toes on their hind feet. Their teeth are adapted to shearing ( ...
*  Tarsometatarsal joints
Bones of foot.Deep dissection. Ankle and tarsometarsal joints. Bones of foot.Deep dissection. Ankle joint. Bones of foot.Deep ... The tarsometatarsal joints (Lisfranc joints) are arthrodial joints in the foot. The tarsometatarsal joints involve the first, ...
*  Megapedetes
Unlike in Pedetes, the first metatarsal (a foot bone) is present. It may have fed on less rough vegetation than Pedetes does. ...
*  Trikonasana
The practitioner begins standing with the feet one leg-length apart, knees unbent, turns the right foot completely to the ... of the right foot, with the palm down if flexed. The left arm is extended vertically, and the spine and trunk are gently ... outside and the left foot less than 45 degrees to the inside, keeping the heels in line with the hips. The arms are spread out ...
*  Snakebite
... foot, torso, vein or muscle), the amount of venom injected, the time it takes for the person to find treatment, and finally the ...
*  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 ...
*  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 ...
*  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 ( ...
*  Ulcer
... an ulcer or tear near the anus or within the rectum Diabetic foot ulcer, a major complication of the diabetic foot Corneal ...
*  Trench foot
... and wet conditions can also cause trench foot. Trench foot can be prevented by keeping the feet clean, warm, and dry. It was ... Trench foot is a medical condition caused by prolonged exposure of the feet to damp, unsanitary, and cold conditions. It is one ... As the condition worsens, feet may also begin to swell. Advanced trench foot often involves blisters and open sores, which lead ... Chilblains Frostbite Immersion foot syndromes Trench fever Trench mouth Athlete's foot Schwartz, Richard B. (2008). Tactical ...
*  Foot voting
People who engage in foot voting are said to "vote with their feet". Legal scholar Ilya Somin has described foot voting as "a ... and that decentralized federalism promotes the welfare of citizens because it facilitates foot voting. Somin has also used foot ... Foot voting is expressing one's preferences through one's actions, by voluntarily participating in or withdrawing from an ... Legal scholars Roderick M. Hills, Jr., and Shitong Qiao have used China as a case study to argue that foot voting is ...
*  The Foot
... Book The Foot of Cupid The Foot can refer to the 4 Grey Goose Bottles that are blocked on a back bar. The Foot. (band ... The Foot can refer to: An episode of the first season of Six Feet Under. The Foot Clan of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. ... The Foot, a movie that was in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules from the theatrical and DVD versions Foot in anatomy Foot ( ...
*  Foot-poundal
The foot-poundal is equal to 1/32.174049 that of the more commonly used foot-pound force. 1 foot-poundal is equivalent to: ... The foot-poundal (symbol: ft-pdl) is a unit of energy that is part of the foot-pound-second system of units, in Imperial units ... Poundal Foot-pound force Pound-force Slug (unit) Units of energy Edward F. Obert, Thermodynamics, McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1948.. ...
*  Athlete's foot
... chronic interdigital athlete's foot, plantar (chronic scaly) athlete's foot (aka "moccasin foot"), acute ulcerative tinea pedis ... Athlete's foot fungus may infect any part of the foot, but most often grows between the toes. The next most common area is the ... For example, infected feet infest one's socks and shoes which further expose the feet to the fungus and its spores when worn ... Athlete's foot, known medically as tinea pedis, is a common skin infection of the feet caused by fungus. Signs and symptoms ...
*  Arrad Foot
... is a hamlet in Cumbria, England. The hamlet is situated on a minor road just off the A590 road, with the village of ...
*  Foot gymnastics
... are games and exercises intended to strengthen the muscles of legs and feet, improve the motion sequences of ... 2006, Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart Hartmann, A; Murer, K; De Bie, R. A.; De Bruin, E. D. (2009). "The effect of a foot ... Such activities are recommended to improve flat feet especially of children and the gait performance of older adults. Kinder ... machen Fußgymnastik (Children do Foot Gymnastics), 6th edn. ...
*  Foot guards
1st Foot Guards, formed in 1806. 2nd Foot Guards, formed in 1813. 3rd Foot Guards, formed in 1860. 4th Foot Guards, formed in ... 5th Foot Guards, formed in 1897. The Brigade of the Guards is the Indian Army's foot guards regiment, formed through the ... In the future, the Foot Guards will serve in the ceremonial role, and the Reaction and Adaptable Forces. In the Foot Guards, ... Brazil also has the 1st Foot Guards Battalion within the Eastern Military Command, and Foot Guards companies in the other ...
*  David Foot
David K. Foot is a Canadian economist and demographer. Foot did his undergraduate work at the University of Western Australia ... David K. Foot and D. Stoffman, Boom Bust & Echo: Profiting from the Demographic Shift in the 21st Century, Stoddart, Toronto, ( ... David K. Foot, "Population Aging", in A Canadian Priorities Agenda: Policy Choices to Improve Economics and Social Well-Being ( ... David K. Foot, "Tourism and Education in Western Europe: A Demographic Perspective", in Time shift, Leisure and Tourism: ...