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tarsal tunnel syndrome

[‚tärs·əl ′tən·əl ‚sin‚drōm]
(medicine)
A neurological foot disorder in which the posterior tibial nerve becomes compressed and damaged within the tarsal canal, symptoms include pain and burning that arises from behind the inside of the ankle and that may travel to the bottom of the foot.
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Contact lens associated papillary conjunctivitis (CLPC), with its typical raised papillae and hyperaemia of the tarsal conjunctiva, may cause contact lens wear to become difficult or impossible, as the rough tarsal surface can result in lens displacement.
With increased awareness and today's improved imaging techniques, it's rare for a tarsal navicular stress fracture to present as a nonunion or displaced fracture," he added.
aegypti a pair of sensilla campaniformia at the tarsal margin has been reported16, whereas the structure observed in Ae.
The goal of this study was to determine the prevalence and relative frequency, by location and morphologic subtype, of tarsal coalitions utilizing magnetic resonance (MR) criteria.
An examination of mature larvae of both species confirmed the presence of basoventral spinulae on the tarsal claws of Rhantus calidus and their absence on Hoperius planatus.
Blunt dissection is carried deep to the orbicularis oculi muscle to the tarsal plate.
The European styling of the orthotic heel, built-in arch support, and tarsal bar position your feet for ultimate foot comfort and health.
While investigating natural and human-caused mortality of moose (Alces alces) in Minnesota during 1972-2000, amount of marrow fat was estimated in femur, tibia, mandible, humerus, radius, tarsal, and carpal bones of individual moose.
Our 13-year-old son has a condition known as carpal tarsal osteolysis, a disease involving bone deterioration of the bones in the wrists and ankles.
Other characters, including morphology of the venter and dorsum, varied kinds of sexual dimorphism in the walking legs of the males, chaetotaxy of legs, and morphology of pedipalps, legs and tarsal claws, indicate that six distinctive groups have developed to an extent that named taxa should be erected.
It looked like a hock or worse, after analysis and treatment Richard Torr's team, it's transpired that it was a broken tarsal.
Pedipalps: strong, robust, trochanter with black-tipped denticles, femur ventrally and dorsally covered with numerous black tipped denticles, patella dorsally and laterally with black tipped denticles, tibia with denticles and setae, tarsus only setae, but male tarsus ventrally covered with microdenticles, tarsal claw smooth (Figs.