calcaneal spur

épine calcanéenne

English-French medical dictionary. 2015.

Regardez d'autres dictionnaires:

  • calcaneal spur — an abnormal bony projection on the calcaneus, most often its posterior or plantar surface; some are benign, but others cause severe pain when a person walks. Called also heel s …   Medical dictionary

  • plantar spur — a calcaneal spur on the plantar surface, causing pain that may be severe when a person walks …   Medical dictionary

  • Heel spur — A bony spur projecting from the back or underside of the heel that often makes walking painful. Spurs at the back of the heel are associated with inflammation of the Achilles tendon (Achilles tendinitis) and cause tenderness and pain at the back… …   Medical dictionary

  • Plantar fibromatosis — Classification and external resources ICD 10 M72.2 ICD 9 728.71 …   Wikipedia

  • Plantar fasciitis — Classification and external resources ICD 10 M72.2 ICD 9 728.71 …   Wikipedia

  • Osteophyte — Bone spur Classification and external resources Small marginal osteophytes (arrows) of the processus anconeus of the ulna can be seen in this gross pathological specimen of a sow …   Wikipedia

  • Trigger finger — For the Belgian band, see Triggerfinger. Trigger finger can also mean the finger which is used to operate the trigger of a gun or of a power tool. Trigger finger Classification and external resources ICD 10 M65.3 …   Wikipedia

  • Necrotizing fasciitis — Classification and external resources Caucasian male with necrotizing fasciitis. The left leg shows extensive redness and necrosis. ICD 10 …   Wikipedia

  • Bursitis — Classification and external resources Example of Elbow Bursitis ICD 10 M70 M …   Wikipedia

  • Dupuytren's contracture — Classification and external resources Dupuytren s contracture of the ring finger ICD 10 M …   Wikipedia

  • Metatarsalgia — Classification and external resources ICD 10 M77.4 ICD 9 726.70 …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.