hindfoot


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hindfoot

(ˈhaɪndˌfʊt)
n
(Zoology) a back foot of a quadruped
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Noun1.hindfoot - a rear foot of a quadrupedhindfoot - a rear foot of a quadruped    
animal foot, foot - the pedal extremity of vertebrates other than human beings
quadruped - an animal especially a mammal having four limbs specialized for walking
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At the end of each protocol Foot Length (FL), Forefoot Width (FW), Hindfoot Width (HW), Navicular Height (NH), Arch Index (AI), and Maximum Surface (MS) were measured.
The PROstep System is used to treat various forefoot and hindfoot conditions, including bunions (one of the most common foot deformities).
Prior research (25-28) supports a forward sway of the body when the hindfoot is stimulated, a backward sway when the forefoot is stimulated, and the leg muscles acting as antagonists when the hindfoot and forefoot are stimulated equally.
The patient was treated with salvage surgery using an intramedullary hindfoot nail and added hybrid external fixation, achieving promising results with regard to this complication.
Moreover, only those with the oblique or spiral fibular fracture line more than 5 cm above the tibial plafond were included because the interosseous tibiofibular ligament was 49.4 mm (45.4-53.3 mm) proximal to the center of the plafond to the tibia.[20] The exclusion criteria included (i) Maisonneuve fractures;[21] (ii) fractures that were associated with ipsilateral hindfoot, midfoot, or limb fractures; (iii) open fractures; (iv) previous ipsilateral ankle injuries and deformities; (v) pediatric fractures (when <14 years of age).{Figure 1}
At this point, the body weight is supported by the arch of the foot and distributed equally between the forefoot and hindfoot.
The duplication of hindfoot bones is very unlikely.
Showing distribution of Site of Diabetic Foot in different Series Series Site Forefoot (Toe, Midfoot Hindfoot Ball of Foot) (Heel) Boulton AJM 77.8% 11.9% 10.3% et al (1990) Gayle E Reiber 51.7% 30.8% 6.6% et al (2001) Chalya et al (2011) 60.3% Present Series 83.07% -- 16.92% (2015-16) Table 7.
The cavus deformity was corrected by putting the forefoot and the hindfoot in proper alignment.
The injectable formulation was approved for ankle and/or hindfoot fusion, the same clinical indications as AUGMENT Bone Graft.
AUGMENT Injectable is a combination product consisting of recombinant human platelet derived growth factor and a blend of Type I collagen and Beta tri-calcium phosphate, which provides a clinically proven and safe and effective alternative to autograft for use in hindfoot and ankle fusion in an easy to use flowable formulation.