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flatfoot

and flatty
n. a police officer, especially a foot patrol officer. (Older.) Think about how the flatfoot on the beat is affected by this cold. There’s a flatty on the corner. Go ask him for some help.
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Flatfoot among Saudi Arabian army recruits: prevalence and risk factors.
Correlation of Harris mats, physical exam, pictures, and radiographic measurements in adult flatfoot deformity.
The research will continue also for human subjects with some disabilities, like flatfoot and stability or locomotion diseases.
Pediatric flatfoot makes participating in activities more difficult, so parents should take note if their child is unable to keep up with playmates, tires easily or voluntarily withdraws from physical activities.
To diagnose a pediatric flatfoot, a foot and ankle surgeon examines the child's foot in weight bearing and non-weight bearing positions, both in and out of shoes.
Those days are long gone as is the understanding of what flatfoot is and how to fix it.
Haddad cautions that not all adult patients with flatfoot experience foot pain.
If adults let flatfoot linger, the deformity gradually worsens," said Steven L.
The guidelines appear in the current issue of the Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery and offer physicians diagnostic and treatment pathways to follow when evaluating pediatric flatfoot patients.
A study co-authored by Darryl Haycock, DPM, FACFAS, a podiatric foot and ankle surgeon based in Lima, Ohio, evaluated 37 pediatric patients for 18 months following surgery to correct flexible flatfoot.
The difference is that children with a flexible flatfoot deformity usually don't require treatment except for shoe inserts to provide arch support.
An early-intervention surgical procedure to correct adult flatfoot
Unlike Bochco's current hit, ABC's ``NYPD Blue,'' ``Brooklyn'' will focus on uniformed flatfoots, not detectives.
Justice was meted out on the street by tough, no-nonsense flatfoots who spoke softly and carried big guns.