foot-drop


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Translations

foot-drop

n. pie caído.
References in periodicals archive ?
Van Der Linden, "Experiences of functional electrical stimulation (FES) and ankle foot orthoses (AFOs) for foot-drop in people with multiple sclerosis," Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, vol.
In total, 381 feet were operated for foot-drop during the period of 1999-2010, of which 32 were in female patients.
For: People suffering from foot-drop, dragging the foot or toes while walking.
The liner's adjustable ankle strap provides greater foot-drop control.
Designed for use in supine positioning, the device's one-piece padded design reduces foot-drop and ankle rotation for increased user comfort.