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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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Dynamic plantar pressure measurement for the normal subject: free-mapping model for the analysis of pediatric foot deformities, Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics 25: 103-106.
Diabetic patients with loss of sensation in their feet and previous ulcers and foot deformities should not do weight-bearing exercises such as jogging, walking on a treadmill, prolonged walking, or step exercises.
The arch gets little support and, if the toe box is narrow and pointed, the toes are squeezed together, leading to bunions and other foot deformities.
Wire meshed floors result in foot deformities while close confinement results in aggression, feather loss and sometimes cannibalism.
As a result, Bowman said, he is seeing fewer young women with serious foot deformities.
He says diabetics can develop foot deformities, or feet can freeze or burn and won't be noticed.
0 is based on custom design software developed by SensAble Technologies and integrated by Kallisto, along with a SensAble PHANTOM([R]) haptic device, into a total solution for creating custom orthotics and prosthetics for upper and lower extremities that treat conditions ranging from scoliosis to severe foot deformities.
ISLAMABAD, July 27, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Long term use of high heels can alter the anatomy of the calf muscles along with aching feet and a variety of foot deformities.
Back problems, foot deformities, and calf pain are all issues that women may face as a result of wearing high heels for prolonged periods of time.