Definition of Metatarsals. Meaning of Metatarsals. Synonyms of Metatarsals

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Definition of Metatarsals

Metatarsal
Metatarsal Met`a*tar"sal, a. (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the metatarsus. -- n. A metatarsal bone.

Meaning of Metatarsals from wikipedia

- The second and third metatarsals are fixed while walking, thus these metatarsals are common sites of injury. The fifth metatarsal may be fractured if the...
- congenital short first metatarsal bone, a hypermobile first metatarsal segment and calluses under the second and third metatarsals. Confusion has arisen...
- in which one or all of the metatarsals are displaced from the tarsus Jones fracture – a fracture of the fifth metatarsal March fracture – a fracture...
- which there is one or more abnormally short or overlapping toe bones (metatarsals). This condition may result due to a congenital defect or it may be an...
- five metatarsals are displaced in the same direction. Lateral displacement may also suggest cuboidal fracture. Isolated: one or two metatarsals are displaced...
- terrestrial animals, plantigrade locomotion means walking with the toes and metatarsals flat on the ground. It is one of three forms of locomotion adopted by...
- space between the two affected metatarsals, immediately behind the bone ends. This pad helps to splay the metatarsal bones and create more space for...
- most often in young women, athletes, and those with abnormally long metatarsals. Approximately 80% of those diagnosed are women. Madison ****e, from...
- abnormal bony enlargement of the first metatarsal, realigning the first metatarsal bone relative to the adjacent metatarsal bone, straightening the great toe...
- metatarsals are the strongest; the second and third metatarsals are joined by oblique bands to the first cuneiform; the fourth and fifth metatarsals are...
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