intertarsal


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intertarsal

(ˌɪntəˈtɑːsəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy located between the tarsal bones
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The particularly narrow intraarticular space in the intertarsal joint is caused by the extremely erect posture in this breed.
is a major shock-absorbing joint, because in coordination with the intertarsal joints it determines the distribution of forces upon the skeleton and soft tissues of the foot.
According to lead researcher Dr Nina Schaller, a small intertarsal muscle plays a crucial role in ostrich locomotion.
Previous studies have described the anatomic characteristics of different joints in ostriches, including the shoulder and elbow, (6) knee, (7) and intertarsal joints.
is a major shock absorbing joint, because in coordination with the intertarsal joints it determines the distribution of forces upon the skeleton and soft tissues of the foot.
Bilateral swelling of the plantar regions and moderately swollen intertarsal joints were visible in 1 bird, with purulent exudate indicating septic arthritis and pododermatitis.
Mild to moderate pododermatitis over the intertarsal joints developed because of a shift in weight bearing after the loss of most digits.
Inflammation, dermal ulcers, and green epithelial discoloration was present on the ventral aspect of both swollen intertarsal joints (Fig 1).
Physical examination findings were overall unchanged, with the exception of a mild bilateral pododermatitis and a 1-cm plantar lesion on the left intertarsal joint region.
Radiographs showed bilateral intertarsal joint osteoarthritis and a healed ulnar fracture.
5-year-old female Mississippi sandhill crane (Grus canadensis pulla) was presented and managed for a polyarthritis of the intertarsal and tarsophalangeal articulations.
Internal splinting of dorsal intertarsal and tarsometatarsal instabilities in dogs and cats with the ComPact UniLock 2.
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