inverted joint

inverted joint

A fitting, 1 which is turned upside down, reversed in position, or turned in an opposite direction.
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These findings are consistent with previous studies (Chinn et al., 2013; Delahunt et al., 2006A; Drewes et al., 2009; Monaghan et al., 2006) but the ranges of relatively inverted joint angles in the ankle instability group were different among the studies, in which the magnitude of the angular difference between groups during walking was 2[degrees] to 3[degrees] (Delahunt et al., 2006A; Drewes et al., 2009) or 6[degrees] to 7[degrees] (Monaghan et al., 2006) as in our results.