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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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Mobility of the ankle joint: recording of rotator movements in the talocrural joint in vitro with and without the lateral collateral ligaments of the ankle.
5) are also very common in dance and require weightbearing maximal dorsiflexion of the talocrural joint, stretching especially the posteriorly located FHL tendon, and causing "wringing out" of its blood supply, which is already at risk due to an avascular zone posteriorly of the talus.
The mobility in the right talocrural joint was limited; her tendu (active plantar flexion of the foot-ankle complex, a.k.a.
The talocrural joint has the primary motion of dorsiflexion and plantar flexion, with a total range of 70[degrees] to 80[degrees].
Not only was PF of the talocrural joint significantly less than the other two measurements (p < 0.001), PF from the goniometric method applied to the x-rays was significantly less than PF obtained from clinical goniometry (p < 0.05).
For the dancer, the releve ("half toe" or "demi-pointe") is one of the most important positions of the feet, serving as the basis of most core dance footwork, including the push-off for jumps, the pivot-point for turns, and the roll-through for dancing fully "en pointe." At minimum a classical, modern, or jazz dancer must possess both 90[degrees] of plantar flexion of the talocrural joint (measured as the front of the tibia aligned with the dorsum of the foot) and 90[degrees] dorsiflexion at the first metatarsophalangeal joint (MTP-1), while the professional ballerina must have more than 100[degrees] of dorsiflexion at MTP-1 to satisfy the current aesthetic demands of the ballet world.
The ankle, or talocrural joint, is a trochoid synovial joint.