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You are then ready to transcribe or listen to this file and control playback with the WAVpedal foot pedal.
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  Foot definition - Medical Dictionary definitions of popular medical terms
The foot as a measure of length is 12 inches or a third of a yard or, metrically, 30.48 centimeters.
The foot was originally the length of a man's foot and served as a measurement of land.
Hand Foot And Mouth Syndrome - Hand foot and mouth syndrome is clinical pattern consisting of a rash on the hands and feet, and in the mouth.
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  Foot (unit of length) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A foot (plural: feet) is a non-SI unit of distance or length, measuring around a third of a meter.
The most commonly used foot today is the English foot, used in the United Kingdom and the United States and elsewhere, which is defined to be exactly 0.3048 meters.
The imperial foot was adapted from an Egyptian measure by the Greeks, with a subsequent larger foot being adopted by the Romans.
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 Foot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The foot is a biological structure found in many animals that is used for locomotion.
In Arab countries and in Thailand, it is considered extremely offensive to show someone the sole of your foot, although the practice of not wearing shoes is common, due to various reasons including poverty and religion.
The foot provides a convenient way to measure short distances on the ground, by placing one foot directly in front of the other; this led to the adoption of the foot as a unit of length.
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 Dr. Koop - Athlete's Foot- Health Encyclopedia and Reference
Athlete’s foot is an infection of the foot caused by fungi called dermatophytes which invade the "dead" outer layers of the skin.
Athlete's foot, or tinea pedis, is a common, generally harmless foot infection caused by fungi that thrive in warm, moist, and dark environments.
The infection may also involve the soles of the feet where athlete's foot may present as redness, blistering, and scaling along the sides and soles of the feet, taking on what is termed a moccasin pattern.
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 foot-and-mouth disease on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Foot and mouth disease -- Guidance on the harvesting of grain.
Foot and mouth disease and cryptosporidiosis: possible interaction between two emerging infectious diseases.
Grouse shooting to be licensed in foot and mouth disease infected areas.
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 Units: F
Later in the 1100s a foot of modern length, the "foot of St. Paul's," was inscribed on the base of a column of St. Paul's Church in London, so that everyone could see the length of this new foot.
The footlambert describes the luminance of a surface that emits or reflects one lumen per square foot; it is the luminance of a perfectly reflecting surface under an illumination of one footcandle.
One foot poundal is equivalent to about 0.031 081 foot pound, or 0.042 140 joule.
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 Foot Surgery
The podiatric surgeon is taught to approach foot surgery by keeping the knowledge of normal foot function and biomechanics in mind.
Because of the weightbearing nature of the foot, surgical procedures must be designed to be as stable as possible to withstand the forces of everyday standing and walking.
The classic pattern of a rheumatoid foot deformity is a bunion and hallux abducto valgus deformity along with hammertoes and prominent metatarsal bones at the ball of the foot.
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 Common Foot
Sometimes special padding placed under the foot to raise and separate the metatarsal bones or an orthotic may be effective at reducing symptoms.
Tailor's bunions are similar to standard bunions but are found on the outside of the foot at the 5th metatarsal (behind the baby toe) instead of at the inner side of the foot behind the big toe.
The most common tendons at risk of tendonitis in the foot are the Achilles tendon at the back of the heel, the posterior tibial tendon on the inner side of the foot, the peroneal tendons on the outer side of the foot and the extensor tendons on the top of the foot.
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The arches of the foot are formed by the shape and articulations of the tarsal bones, held together by the strong plantar and spring ligaments but the maintenance of the arches depends on the efficient postural tone of the intrinsic muscles of the foot.
Chronic foot strain occurs in middle aged women, who put on weight and who have to be on their feet cooking for long hours.
The arch of the foot sags and causes a strain on the ligaments.
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Paul Foot was the son of Hugh Foot who, as Lord Caradon, was governor of Cyprus and represented the United Kingdom at the United Nations from 1964 to 1970.
He was also the nephew of Michael Foot, former leader of the Labour Party.
In the mid-1960s, Foot was employed part-time by the Sunday Telegraph.
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 MedlinePlus: Foot Health
Foot Push-Up Test (American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons)
Foot Problems in Women: High Heels and Your Health (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research)
The primary NIH organization for research on Foot Health is the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases
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 Anatomy of The Foot and Heel - podiatrychannel
The phalanges are connected to the metatarsals by five metatarsal phalangeal joints at the ball of the foot.
There are 20 muscles in the foot that give the foot its shape by holding the bones in position and expand and contract to impart movement.
The largest and strongest tendon of the foot is the Achilles tendon, which extends from the calf muscle to the heel.
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 Charcot Foot - FootPhysicians.com
Charcot foot is a sudden softening of the bones in the foot that can occur in people who have significant nerve damage (neuropathy).
Charcot foot develops as a result of neuropathy, which decreases sensation and the ability to feel temperature, pain or trauma.
A patient with Charcot in one foot is more likely to develop it in the other foot, so measures must be taken to protect both feet.
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 Medical References: Clubfoot and Other Foot Deformities   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The foot bones, ankle joints, and muscles and ligaments of the foot may be abnormal.
Although present at birth, this foot deformity may not be diagnosed until the baby is a month to a few months old.
Often, the heel cord and other tendons, along with the joint capsules of the ankle and foot, are too tight to be stretched by a cast and the doctor must operate to lengthen and open them.
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The egg-shaped design of the “i-foot” that wraps around the passenger is meant to express the dream of future three-dimensional mobility and the feelings of safety and reliability upon which that dream is built.
The ability to mount and dismount comfortably was of primary consideration in the design of the bird-like legs, which bend toward the rear.
Steering and speed of the “i-foot” is controlled with a joystick, a fun form of driving different from that of conventional forms of mobility.
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 eMedicine - Dislocations, Foot : Article by Christopher M McStay, MD
Early, accurate recognition of foot injury is particularly important in patients with diabetes mellitus because a delayed diagnosis is associated with the development of Charcot joints.
MRI is often used to diagnose stress fractures and to evaluate the various tendons and ligaments of the foot.
When the dislocated foot is seen as one of a number of injuries in a patient with major trauma, management of the other potentially life-threatening injuries takes priority.
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 Broken Foot
Divide the foot into 3 parts: the hindfoot, the midfoot, and the forefoot.
These are the talus, which is where the foot attaches to the leg, and the calcaneus, which forms the heel.
There is a metatarsal for each of the 5 toes, the big toe is made up of 2 phalanges, and the other toes each have 3 phalanges.
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 Elsevier Author Gateway   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Foot is an International peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of medical and surgical treatment of the foot, as well as scientific topics.
Primary research papers cover a wide range of disorders of the foot and their treatment, including diabetes, vascular disease, leprosy, dermatological conditions, sports injuries, biomechanics, bioengineering, aids and prostheses.
The Foot also carries review articles on topics of current interest, together with reports on recent developments, case reports, medico-legal notes, educational and research papers, historical vignettes, annotated abstracts, a diary of events, book reviews and correspondence.
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 Athlete's foot - MayoClinic.com
Athlete's foot is a common fungal infection that affects many people at some time in their lives.
Athlete's foot usually affects the spaces between your toes, but it can spread to your toenails and the soles and sides of your feet.
Also called tinea pedis, ringworm of the foot and dermatophytosis, athlete's foot is closely related to other fungal skin conditions, most with similar names.
www.mayoclinic.com /health/athletes-foot/DS00317   (259 words)

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