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plantar

[′plan·tər]
(anatomy)
Of or relating to the sole of the foot.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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[ClickPress, Wed Sep 04 2019] Plantar fasciitis is a type of repetitive strain injury which affects people affects people in excessive standing behavior including runners, hikers, and professionals such as cashiers, who have to stand extensively on hard surfaces.
You're more likely to develop plantar fasciitis if you're overweight and/or you have diabetes, high arches or flat feet, or spend a lot of time on your feet.
In most of the studies on PF treatments, the plantar fascia thickness has been most widely used as the outcome parameter for USG assessment of the plantar fascia.
The analysis indicated that ten young soccer players are sufficient to observe large-sized main effects (Cohen's d = 0.8) of condition on measures of plantar flexor torque (i.e., mechanical peak force).
So plantar fasciitis is inflammation of the plantar fascia and this normally happens us springy.
This study was designed primarily to assess the evidence for the efficacy of intralesional bleomycin in treating plantar warts and also to see the outcome in terms of duration of treatment in each case and identify side effects, if any, due to this drug.
A Plantar fasciitis results from inflammation in the plantar fascia, a thick band of connective tissue that runs the length of the bottom of the foot, linking the ball of the foot to the heel bone.
In the mouse plantar skin, there were high levels of DKK2 expression.
Proximal plantar fibroma as an aetiology of recalcitrant plantar heel pain.