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Teodosic re-aggravated the plantar fascia injury during the second quarter of a game against the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday night at Staples Center.
With plantar fasciitis, tight calves can pull up on the fascia (connective tissue) on the bottom of your feet.
The interstitium is seen here beneath the top layer of skin but is also in tissue layers lining the gut, lungs and urinary systems, as well as those surrounding blood vessels and the fascia between muscles.
There is a silver trim strip with angled ends anchoring the large black faux air vents in the lower front fascia, while a smaller strip outlines the top of a black cladding with integrated round S model quad exhaust outlets.
Visual changes include new grilles, LED headlights and new front and rear fascias, or covers for its bumpers.
The biggest external differences are 19-inch Continental ProContact tires, bigger brakes with red Brembo front calipers and new front and rear fascias.
The Kings announced point guard Frank Mason III had an MRI Wednesday that showed a partial tear of the right plantar fascia.
Even Call Me by Your Name star Armie Hammer jumped on the pre-Oscars prep earlier this week by getting his chest fascia scraped and visiting the salon for a trim.
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FASCIA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fascia for English Language Learners
: a long, thin board that covers the area where a wall joins a roof
medical : a sheet of tissue that covers or connects parts inside the body (such as muscles)
medical Definition of fascia
fascialplay \-(ē-)əl\ adjective
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