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Morphological Plasticity in the Talus

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Aug 17, 2006.

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    Morphological Plasticity in the Juvenile Talus
    C.A. Hellier, and N. Jefferya,
    Foot and Ankle Surgery Volume 12, Issue 3 , 2006, Pages 139-147
     
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    Non-metrical study of the pattern of talar articular facets in south Indian dry calcanei.
    Sharada R, Sneha K, Gupta C, Pai SR, Rairam GB.
    Surg Radiol Anat. 2012 Aug;34(6):487-91.
     
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    Study of patterns of talar articular facets of human calcanei and their clinical implications in population of Rajasthan
    Rohin Garg, Neha Dagal, Santosh Kumar, Sushila Shekhawat.
    Indian Journal of Basic & Applied Medical Research; June 2013: Issue-7, Vol.-2, P. 643-650
     
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    Study of Variations in Pattern of Calcaneal Articular Facets in Human Tali in the Population of Rajasthan (India).
    R. Garg, S. Babuta, K. Mogra, R. Parashar, S. Shekhawat
    People's Journal of Scientific Research Year : 2013 | Volume :6 | Issue : 2 | Page : 19-23
     
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    Symmetry analysis of talus bone
    A Geometric morphometric approach

    K. Islam et al
    Bone Joint Res 2014;3:139–45.
     
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    Patterns of talar articulating facets in adult human calcanei from North-East India and their clinical correlation
    K. Anjaneyulu, Chandra Philips, Binod K. Tamang, Arun Kumar
    Asian Journal of Medical Sciences | Oct-Dec 2014 | Vol 5 | Issue 4
     
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    Subtalar Joint Configuration on Weightbearing CT Scan
    Fabrice Colin et al
    Foot & Ankle International July 11, 2014

     
  8. Rob Kidd

    Rob Kidd Well-Known Member

    Cause of, or caused by, that is the question. To which these guys do not even try to provide an answer.
     
  9. Greg Quinn

    Greg Quinn Active Member

    Good point Rob. It seems to be a matter of unpicking variance in population genetics, epistasis and the regulation of adaptive plasticity through mechanotransduction from the environment.

    While there is nothing surprising in these papers, it's only by understanding the science behind the findings that will ever lead to an understanding of why attempting to acheive STJ Neutral positioning in orthoses is biological nonsense!
     
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    Anatomical characteristics of the accessory antero-lateral talar facet.
    Hirano T, Niki H, Akiyama Y, Beppu M.
    J Orthop Sci. 2014 Oct 3
     
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    see:
    Accessory Talar Facet Impingement
     
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    Morphometric analyses of human dry tali of South Indian origin
    Manjunath V Motagi, Sugathan R Kottapurath, Kavitarati Dharwadkar.
    Int J Med Sci Public Health. 2015; 4(2): -doi: 10.5455/ijmsph.2015.3009201443
     
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    Evolution of postural diversity in primates as reflected by the size and shape of the medial tibial facet of the talus.
    Boyer DM, Yapuncich GS, Butler JE, Dunn RH, Seiffert ER.
    Am J Phys Anthropol. 2015 Feb 14. doi: 10.1002/ajpa.22702.
     
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