The IEEE standard symbol for a foot is "ft". In some cases, the foot is denoted by a prime, often approximated by an apostrophe, and the inch by a double prime, for example, 2 feet 4 inches is sometimes denoted as 2′ 4″.
Toes are the digits of the foot. The toe refers to part of the human foot, with five toes present on each human foot. The first toe, also known as the hallux ("big toe" or "great toe"), the innermost toe. The second toe, or "long toe" The third toe, or "middle toe"
The word Podophobia originates from Greek 'Podos' meaning feet. People with Podophobia tend to get upset at the sight of feet. Different people experience Podophobia differently: some do not like it when others look at their feet or touch them. Still others are anxious or afraid of their own feet.
the first toe, also known as the hallux ("big toe", "great toe", "thumb toe"), the innermost toe, the second toe, ("Index toe", "pointer toe"), the third toe, ("middle toe"), the fourth toe, ("fore toe"), and (fourth toe)
It activates your nervous system, which increases feel-good brain chemicals like endorphins. In one study, people who got foot massage after surgery to remove their appendix had less pain and used fewer painkillers.
Podophobia is a condition that causes people to experience extreme anxiety anytime they're exposed to feet. The anxiety is so severe that you may go to great lengths to avoid touching or even seeing feet. Researchers aren't sure exactly what causes podophobia.
A thumb is a digit, but not technically a finger. Many people don't make the distinction between thumbs and other digits.
Toes are the digits (fingers) of the foot of a tetrapod. Animal species such as cats that walk on their toes are described as being digitigrade....Toe.ToesTA98A01.1.00.046TA2170FMA25046Anatomical terminology
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Treatments for rage syndrome cannot cure the condition, but only serve to manage it, and owners should be aware that aggressive episodes can still occur. The episodes characteristic of rage syndrome can usually be stopped with anticonvulsant medication, such as phenobarbital.