||situated or directed towards the front.
||having two sections or halves.
||abnormal prominence on the inner aspect
of the first metatarsal head with resulting displacement of the first toe.
||backward flexion or bending of the hand
or foot. Angle between foot and shaft of leg is decreased during dorsi flexion.
||turning the inside out away from the
midline, opposite of inversion.
||a manner or style of walking.
||a turning inward towards the midline,
opposite of eversion.
||denoting a position farther from the
midline of the body or structure, opposite of medial.
||situated toward the midline of the body
or structure, opposite of lateral.
||an orthopaedic appliance used to
support, align, prevent, or correct deformities or to improve function of movable parts
of the body, plural orthoses.
||inflammation of the dense fascia
of the plantar aspect of foot arising from the calcaneus and inserting into the base
of proximal phalanges.
||the toe-down motion of the foot at the
||situated or directed towards the back.
||abnormally bent outward
||abnormally bent inward