calcaneal


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Related to calcaneal: calcaneal spur, calcaneal apophysitis, Calcaneal fracture

cal·ca·ne·us

 (kăl-kā′nē-əs) also cal·ca·ne·um (-nē-əm)
n. pl. cal·ca·ne·i (-nē-ī′) also cal·ca·ne·a (-nē-ə)
The quadrangular bone at the back of the tarsus. Also called heel bone.

[Late Latin calcāneus, heel, from Latin calcāneum, from calx, calc-.]

cal·ca′ne·al adj.
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Adj.1.calcaneal - relating to the heel bone or heel
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cal·ca·ne·al

, calcanean
a. calcáneo-a, rel. al calcáneo;
___ bonehueso calcáneo;
___ fracturefractura calcánea.
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Precision and discriminatory ability of calcaneal bone assessment technologies.
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The Speed Shift Continuous Active Compression System is the world's FIRST superelastic Nitinol bone fixation implant with an offset bridge to accommodate uneven bone surfaces that are procedure specific, such as for sliding calcaneal osteotomies.
To the best of our knowledge, there is only one field survey in which calcaneal ultrasonography was used to determine the prevalence of OP in the middle Anatolian population aged more than 40 years.
THE EFFECTS OF MEDIALIZING CALCANEAL OSTEOTOMY UPON ACHILLES TENDON STRAIN AND FOOT PRESSURES.
With fourteen immunodiagnostic products, including Pyrilinks(R)-D -- the Dpd bone resorption test, and its new QUS-2(TM) calcaneal (heel) ultrasonometer, Metra believes it is the only U.
International Federation of Foot and Ankle Societies (IFFAS) Award for the best international paper: Ankle Joint Pressure Changes in a Pes Cavovarus Model: Supramalleolar Valgus Osteotomy Versus Lateralizing Calcaneal Osteotomy.
Additional imaging findings, including marrow edema and fractures, and associated secondary signs, such as talar "beaks," the "anteater" (hyperplastic anterior calcaneal process) sign, and the innovative "reverse anteater" (hyperplastic navicular) and "drunken waiter" (hypo/dysplastic sustentaculum tali) signs, were reported as well.
We placed the calcaneal marker 1 cm higher than the toe marker with respect to the ground to account for the difference in the heel and forefoot sole thickness of the shoe.