Weber triangle

We·ber tri·an·gle

(vā'bĕr),
on the sole of the foot, an area indicated by the heads of the first and fifth metatarsal bones and the center of the plantar surface of the heel.

We·ber tri·angle

(vā'ber trī'ang-gĕl)
On the sole of the foot, an area indicated by the heads of the first and fifth metatarsal bones and the center of the plantar surface of the heel.

Weber,

Wilhelm E., German physicist, 1804-1891.
Weber point - a point situated 1 cm below the promontory of the sacrum, believed by Weber to represent the center of gravity of the body.
Weber triangle - an area on the sole of the foot.