The relationships between the length of the lower leg with respect to the length of the femur, and the length of the proximal (tibia or tibiotarsus) to distal bones (metatarsus
or tarsometatarsus) of the lower leg standardized by the length of the femur were established in order to determine similarities and differences in structural proportions between the hindlimbs in these groups.
[1,2] Comparison of the control and toe-in gait groups, the IRAB was significantly higher and TFAB significantly lower in our study, although there was no significant difference in the MAIB, which is used to evaluate metatarsus
adductus and valgus.
While 69.2% (n=9) of the patients with fractures experienced tender pain on the navicular or basis of the fifth metatarsus
, 30.8% (n=4) experienced no tender pain.
44, 45) variable shades of dark brown, with light scopulae on tarsi I--II; tibia I with pro-distal comb of macrosetae and row of 7 long retro-ventral macrosetae; metatarsus
I with 2 pro-ventral and 5 retro-ventral macro-setae.
I contacts the apex of ventral tibial apophysis when flexed.
length varied from 1.860.03 to 1.980.03 mm.
Ten chicks per treatment were randomly selected for the collection of blood, femur, tibia, and metatarsus
. Plasma samples (5 mL) were collected through cardiac puncture and centrifuged for 10 min at 3,000xg at 20[degrees]C.
'Desi' chick embryos treated with different concentrations of dimethoate showed reduction in the wet body weight, crown rump length, anterior posterior head diameter, eye diameter, beak, humerus, radius, metacarpus, femur, fibula and metatarsus
length compared to control group.
In the metatarsus
it is marked in the lateral sector of the bone's distal part and of the dorsal, plantar sectors and in the diaphysis (lateral, dorsal, plantar, and medial sectors).
Spination: palp: 130, 000, 0010, 1003 (bristles present on patella and tibia); Femur I 2(1)23, II-III 323, IV 320(1); Patella I-IV 000; Tibia I 1024, II 2024, III 2023, IV 2003; Metatarsus
I-III 2024, IV 3037(8).
Abbreviations: Femur (fe); Tibia (ti); Tarsomeres 1-5 ([ta.sub.1-5]); Leg Ratio (LR), ratio of metatarsus
to tibia; beinverhaltnisse>> (BV), combined length of femur, tibia, and basitarsus divided by combined length of tarsomeres 2-5; <<Schenkel-Scheine-verhaltnis>> (SV), ratio of femur plus tibia to metatarsus
In the swimming sport, the body shape of the swimmer should be in a configuration that he has long trunk, hands and feet, big palms and metatarsus
, broad shoulders, and narrower pelvis than his shoulders .