Heel

Known as: Calx, Heel region, Regio calcanea 
The back (or posterior) of the foot in PRIMATES, found behind the ankle and distal to the toes.

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2009
2009
Studies evaluating treatment effects on muscle function after an Achilles tendon rupture often use various tests for evaluating… (More)
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2007
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2007
INTRODUCTION Gait evaluation protocols using instrumented treadmills will be increasingly used in the near future. For this… (More)
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2006
2006
A numerical-experimental approach has been developed to characterize heel-pad deformation at the material level. Left and right… (More)
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2006
2006
An emerging family of extracellular matrix proteins characterized by 12 consecutive CSPG repeats and the presence of Calx-beta… (More)
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2003
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2003
Current sensors for the control of functional electrical stimulation (FES) assisted walking in hemiplegic individuals are not… (More)
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2001
2001
A technique is introduced for simultaneous measurements of the heel pad tissue deformation and the heel-ground contact stresses… (More)
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1999
1999
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of increasing heel height on peak forefoot pressure. Thirty-five women were… (More)
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1997
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1997
We have cloned Calx, a gene that encodes a Na-Ca exchanger of Drosophila melanogaster. Calx encodes two repeated motifs, Calx… (More)
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1997
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1997
OBJECTIVE: To establish a standardized stance position for balance testing based on average preferred foot placement, and to… (More)
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1994
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1994
The movement strategies and the underlying organization of the muscular responses for recovery from a tripping perturbation… (More)
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