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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In humans and many other primates, the calcaneus (/ kælˈkeɪniəs /; from the Latin calcaneus or calcaneum, meaning heel) or heel bone is a bone of the tarsus of the foot which constitutes the heel. In some other animals, it is the point of the hock.

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  2. Calcaneus - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In humans and many other primates, the calcaneus (/ kælˈkeɪniəs /; from the Latin calcaneus or calcaneum, meaning heel) or heel bone is a bone of the tarsus of the foot which constitutes the heel. In some other animals, it is the point of the hock.

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  3. Calcaneal fracture - Wikipedia

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    The calcaneus, also known as the heel bone, is the largest of the tarsal bones and articulates with the cuboid bone anteriorly and the talus bone superiorly. It is responsible for transmitting the majority of the body's weight from the talus bone to the ground.

    • Landing on the feet following a fall from a height, motor vehicle collision
    • Pain, bruising, trouble walking, deformity of the heel
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  5. Calcaneus From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The calcaneus is a bone of the foot and part of the heel. Its name came from the Latin word / kælˈkeɪniːəs /, calcaneus or calcaneum, meaning heel.

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  6. Achilles tendon - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Tendo calcaneus) The Achilles tendon or heel cord, also known as the calcaneal tendon, is a tendon at the back of the lower leg, and is the thickest in the human body. It serves to attach the plantaris, gastrocnemius (calf) and soleus muscles to the calcaneus (heel) bone.

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  7. Callinicus calcaneus - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Callinicus calcaneus is a species of robber flies in the family Asilidae.

  8. Calcaneal spur - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A calcaneal spur is a bony outgrowth from the calcaneal tuberosity (heel bone). Calcaneal spurs are typically detected by x-ray examination. It is a form of exostosis.

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  9. Heel - Wikipedia

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    • Anatomical structure
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    The heel is the prominence at the posterior end of the foot. It is based on the projection of one bone, the calcaneus or heel bone, behind the articulation of the bones of the lower leg.

    To distribute the compressive forces exerted on the heel during gait, and especially the stance phase when the heel contacts the ground, the sole of the foot is covered by a layer of subcutaneous connective tissue up to 2 cm thick. This tissue has a system of pressure chambers that both acts as a shock absorber and stabilises the sole. Each of these chambers contains fibrofatty tissue covered by a layer of tough connective tissue made of collagen fibers. These septa are firmly attached both to t

    The compressive forces applied to the foot are distributed along five rays, three medial and two lateral. The lateral rays stretch over the cuboid bone to the heel bone and the medial rays over the three cuneiform bones and the navicular bone to the ankle bone. Because the ankle bone is placed over the heel bone, these rays are adjacent near the toes but overriding near the heel, and together they form the arches of the foot that are optimized to distributed compressive forces across an uneven t

    Cracked heels is a common health problem and it may cause infections. It is caused by dryness of the foot skin, and accumulation of dead skin. Over time it may cause pain and irritations. Various moisturising creams and foot files are available to cure and prevent it.

    In the long-footed mammals, both the hoofed species and the clawed forms which walk on the toes, the heel is well above the ground at the apex of the angular joint known as the hock. In plantigrade species it rests on the ground. In birds, the heel is the backward-pointing joint which is often mistaken as the "knee".

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  10. Calcaneus fracture - WikEM

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    Plain X-ray imaging Decreased Boehler's angle (<25') may be only sign of fracture (compare with opposite side) Harris view to tuberosity; Management & Disposition

  11. Plantar fasciitis - Wikipedia

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    An incidental finding associated with this condition is a heel spur, a small bony calcification on the calcaneus (heel bone), which can be found in up to 50% of those with plantar fasciitis. In such cases, it is the underlying plantar fasciitis that produces the heel pain, and not the spur itself. [13]

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