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When it comes to injury of both foot would you say both feet injury of both foot injury. Or rather Bilateral foot injury of Bilateral feet injury?
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I'd call it a double-foot or bipedal injury, but I'm going to move your question to our Medical English forum for a second opinion.
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He has an injury to both feet
He sustained bilateral foot injury.
Sorry: he sustained a bilateral foot injury.
Should I say my feet are swollen or is swollen
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First, which do you think, anonymous?

is bilateral feet or foot - which is correct

Feet is plural. The verb are is plural and and is singular. The subject has to match the verb. My feet are swollen.
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anonymous When it comes to injury of both foot would you say both feet injury of both foot injury. Or rather Bilateral foot injury of Bilateral feet injury?