is the largest and strongest of all the tarsal bones.
A patient presented with a history of a weekend of ski touring which resulted in crippling pain just above the calcaneum
7) The X-ray findings are fairly nonspecific and usually show an osteolytic lesion with occasional evidence of central sequestration seen in cases involving calcaneum
Comparison of the calcaneum
of Amphicyonidae, dorsal view 1) Amphicyon sp.
3) There was also evidence of chronic osteomyelitis of calcaneum
Typical presentation involves pain on the sole of foot and specifically around inferior aspect of calcaneum
In addition to written texts, he draws evidence from archaeology, graffiti, a fresco, the famous crucifixion nail in a calcaneum
bone, and other material sources.
Assessment of bone mineral density by DXA and the trabecular microarchitectural of the calcaneum
by texture analysis in pre and postmenopausal women in the evaluation of osteoporosis.
These associated injuries include sternum fracture, rib fractures, clavicle fracture, tendon injury and a calcaneum
With the carcass laid flat on its side and the front leg positioned so that it was straight and perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the body, hind-foot length (HFL) was measured from the calcaneum
(heel bone of hock) to the tip of hoof, and shoulder height (SH) from the superior angle of the scapula (cartilaginous top of shoulder) to the distal tip of the front hoof.
Material--OMNH 74713, proximal right femur; 74714, distal right femur; 74715, left femur ball; 74717, distal left femur; 74720, right calcaneum
AP and lateral radiographs (figure 2) of the ankle and foot revealed an area of rarefaction in talus, with normal calcaneum
, distal tibia and malleoli.