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plantar

[′plan·tər]
(anatomy)
Of or relating to the sole of the foot.
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About Plantar Fibromatosis Plantar fibromatosis or Ledderhose disease is a medical condition characterized by pain and disability caused by the thickening of the feet's deep connective tissue resulting in the formation of nodules or cords along tendons of the foot.
Plantar fasciitis is commonly seen in primary care as it accounts for 80% of all heel pain and 10% of all running related injuries.
These masks are representing to the following anatomical plantar regions: the toes; the metatarsal heads; the lateral arch; the medial arch; and the heel.
shoe inserts and plantar fascia-specific stretching in patients with plantar fasciitis.
Approximately 10% of people in the US experience episodes of heel pain which results in more than 1 million visits each year to healthcare professionals for treatment of plantar fasciitis.
After the completion of MVC tasks, the subjects performed maximal voluntary co-contraction tasks for 5 s twice for each of the knee extensors/flexors pair and the plantar flexors/dorsi flexors pair with at least a 3-min interval.
Treatment options are limited, and currently there are no simple, low cost effective treatments available for sufferers of plantar fasciitis.
The team reports that plantar soft tissue atrophy did not demonstrate significant heritability in the study cohort.
The condition is a painful inflammation of a person's plantar fascia - the strong band of tissue which connects the heel bone to the toes and creates the arch of the foot.
Calisma grubundaki saptanan en sik 5 hastalik sirasiyla; akrokordon (%53,3), plantar hiperkeratoz (%29,6), mantar infeksiyonlari (%25,3), stria (%20,3) ve akantozis nigrikans (%15,3) idi.
Posterior-ankle impingement (PAI) syndrome describes a group of pathological entities that result from repetitive plantar flexion of the foot that causes repeated compression and entrapment of soft tissues, bony processes or unfused ossicles between the posterior-tibial plafond and the superior surface of the calcaneum.