Allows patients to position their backs at an angle to their legs.
The study of the structure of an organism, its systems and the functional interactions between these systems.
A common term usually referring to the upper ankle joint. Three bones come together to form the upper portion of the ankle joint. The outer and inner bones of the ankle (the lower ends of the fibula and tibia, respectively) form what is known as the ankle mortise, a fork-like structure in which the ankle bone (talus) rests.
In medicine, the term fracture denotes a broken bone usually caused by external forces, such as a fall on the forearm.
This term encompasses any injury that affects the structure of a bone, such as occurs in an accident or as a result of other forceful impacts.
The heel bone acts as the rear point of attachment for the sole of the foot.
|Carpal tunnel syndrome||
(Abbr.: CTS) Damage to the median nerve in the carpal tunnel of the wrist.