my guess is poison ivy on the legs...
No. The maxilla is part of the skull. The appendages are the arms and legs (radius, ulna, humerus, wrist and hand bones; femur, tibia, fibula, ankle and foot bones).
Yes. The most common feature is the bowing of the legs.
Yes. Quote from the Related Link: "Clinical Presentation : varies with the stage of the disease. The patients may present with foot claudication and later with calf claudication. Gangrene and ulceration may follow the above symptoms, but many times they may occur without previous history of claudication." Definition of claudication: pain or fatigue in arms and legs due to poor supply of oxygen to the muscles.
Bilateral in medical terminology basically means "both", so bilateral feet would be both feet. The "bi" means two. Unilateral would mean one, such as unilateral hand pain on the left or right, but not both hands. Hope this was helpful! RG
Four - Femur, Tibia, Fibula, and the Patella. If you want to include the feet, then add the 26 bones per foot. So in total, there are 60 bones in both legs of the human body.
it is most likely hand foot and mouth disease. take him to your pediatrician it is easily treated. your child will like the treatment! eat lots of ice pops!
mouth foot head and legs
A digletts mouth is located directly under its legs. Yes it has legs!
Spread your legs slightly apart. Lift one foot into hand; holding in front of body. While maintaining balance. With foot in hand throw or kick hard off the hand towards the groin. Now you have just kicked yourself in the groin.
If you eat lots, sit around, play computer games and get people to wait on you hand and foot.
A bed - it has one foot (the foot of the bed) and four legs (which make it stand as a bed)
# Eyes # Legs # Arms # Knee # Foot # Head # Toes # Nail # Hand # Hair # Ears # Nose
Mouth on Legs - 2007 V is rated/received certificates of: UK:PG
The answer to the riddle is the snail. A snail has a foot but no legs.
no no no !it is where the legs are people!!
The daphnia's legs are used to propel food towards their mouth.