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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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Therefore, we tested the hypothesis that a functional fatigue task changes the linear CoP parameters between the two groups of normal and flat footed subjects.
With respect to not finding of any study similar to present study in the results of searching articles and electronic resources; to achieve abundance of flat foot ratio in women group with urinary incontinence, the result from pilot study were used.
No significant difference was observed between control and subjects with flat foot for the time of foot contact (T) for anatomical area related to toes (mask 1), metatarsal heads (mask 2), first metatarsal head (mask 3), lateral heel (mask 6), and internal heel (mask 7), p > 0.05.
From the foot's architecture point of view, the main alterations which lead to the flat foot are:
Cases were classified according to the height of the medial foot arch as mild, moderate and severe flat foot (8).
This is due to a flat foot and can cause back problems, particularly if the condition affects just one foot
Pes planus (flat foot) is one of the most frequent causes of orthopedic consultation, with the development of the foot arches initiating during the first decade of life (1,2).
Flat foot functional evaluation using pattern recognition of ground reaction data, Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon) 14(7): 484-493.
Washington, July 9 (ANI): New surgery, developed at Hospital for Special Surgery, could improve patient outcomes in individuals with severe adult flat foot deformity, a problem that is increasingly being seen in hospitals across the country.
The use of insoles in people with flat foot on ground reaction force (first peak, the second peak troughs) are not affected and only minor changes were observed in these areas.