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Joint

Describing anything in which two or more persons hold equal rights and responsibilities. For example, every account holder may use the funds in a joint account (though not always independently from the other holders), and each owner is equally liable for a jointly-held property.
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The ankle joint center was defined as the midpoint between the medial and lateral aspects of the malleolus markers.
This innate stability explains why the contact area of the ankle joint can bear loads similar to those of the hip and knee, yet does not experience primary OA nearly as often.
10) In this case, ankle instability, major concern in these fractures should be the restoration of the stability of the ankle joint by repair of the ligamentous elements.
To evaluate the mechanical properties of the ankle joint, the ankle dorsiflexion angle and ankle joint passive torque were measured sequentially, and the muscle-tendon complex stiffness was calculated from these parameters.
Left ankle angle: the left ankle joint is the peak, the heel of the left foot and left knee joint respectively forms two lines with the left ankle joint;
These injuries are of utmost importance as the ankle transmits the whole body weight and the stability of ankle joint determines the locomotion.
However, although Payne, Berg and Latin (1997) suggest a positional impairment at the ankle joint is predictive of future ankle inversion sprains, simulation results of Hertel et al (1996) and Konradsen et al (1993) using functional tests have implied an accurate sense of ankle position could prevail, regardless of any related ligamentous damage.
Use an elastic bandage to compress the ankle joint when not applying ice.
Ice applied for 15 minutes at intervals of about half an hour for 24 to 72 hours will reduce the pain, inflammation, and any bleeding into the ankle joint.
It includes the musculature from the ankle joint or the tibiofibular-talus joint and includes muscles, ligaments, and tendons associated with the forefoot, mid-foot, and hind-foot.
The subject of performance of the public contract is the continuous delivery of the ankle joint replacement for the 1st orthopedic clinic of the first faculty of medicine and the faculty of medicine of motol and the clinic of child and adult orthopedics and traumatology of the 2nd faculty of medicine and the faculty hospital motol ("szm"), Partial orders, For a period of 48 months.