TALAR


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TALAR

[′ta‚lär]
(navigation)
A modular step-scan microwave landing system. Derived from tactical landing approach radar.
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Comparison of talar parameter lengths between left and right side of male and female Thai population.
The blood supply of the talar body is mostly dependent on the anastomotic artery in the tarsal canal, which has several main branches into the body expanding medially to posterolaterally [23].
To perform talar tilt test, the athlete was in the seated position, with their knee bent and foot in a neutral or slightly dorsiflexed position.
This study may be helpful to surgeons for surgical interventions for the treatment of talar neck fractures, for designing talar body prostheses, and for aligning the bones in the treatment of CTEV and to the forensic anthropologists.
In this research study, to predict the GWL of Talar watershed, a three layer multilayer perceptron was used.
Several sources of anterior impingement symptoms have been identified in the literature, including tibial and talar exostoses, (19,24,26,33-39) the anterior inferior tibiofibular ligament, (19,36,38-44) and anterior soft tissue inflammation and hypertrophy following a typical lateral ankle sprain.
"Maen nhw'n ddau gymeriad diddorol sydd wedi cynnig her arbennig i'r ddwy ohonom ni," meddai Betsan, sydd wedi serennu mewn nifer o gyfresi a ffilmiau dros y blynyddoedd, gan gynnwys Pen Talar, Talcen Caled, Pobol y Cwm, Y Wisg Sidan, Y Twer ac Un Nos Ola Leuad.
In chronic cases, the range of motion of the hallux may be reduced as a result of fibrosis of the flexor hallucis longus tendon, which sits between the medial and lateral talar tubercles.