intermetatarsal


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in·ter·met·a·tar·sal

(in'tĕr-met'ă-tar'săl),
Between the metatarsal bones.

intermetatarsal

(ĭn″tĕr-mĕt″ă-tăr′săl)
Between any two contiguous metatarsals.
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Scarf versus Chevron Osteotomy for the Correction of 1-2 Intermetatarsal Angle in Hallux Valgus: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.
Clinical examination revealed tenderness to palpation in the second and third MTP joints and the second intermetatarsal space.
The fourth and fifth intermetatarsal interosseus ligament can also help to reinforce the stability.
Treatment of intermetatarsal Morton's neuroma with alcohol injection under US guide: 10-month follow-up.
Intermetatarsal araligin dorsoplantar kompresyonu agri olusturur.
The 1-2 intermetatarsal angle is the intersection of the longitudinal axes of the first and second metatarsals.
Intermetatarsal angle also improved, from an average of 16 degrees before surgery to 13 degrees.
The medial capsule and collateral ligaments attenuate, and the lateral structures, including the deep transverse intermetatarsal ligament, the lateral sesamoid complex, and the adductor hallucis muscle, tighten to produce a lateral pull on the phalanx.
Other etiologic possibilities include the compression of the nerves by the intermetatarsal ligament or a distended intermetatarsal bursa.
5 cm of the fifth metatarsal tuberosity, without extension distal to the fourth-fifth intermetatarsal articulation, occurring with less than 2-week symptom prodrome and without a history of previous fracture, are defined as "acute Jones' fractures" (FIGURE).
Hay una variante, el Neuroma de Morton que produce una irritacion e inflamacion por compresion del nervio interdigital entre la tercera y cuarta cabeza intermetatarsal.
This often exceptionally painful condition, which usually occurs in the anterior intermetatarsal / metatarsophalangeal area, can be a daily challenge to the patient unfortunate enough to develop it, and no less of a challenge to the practitioner who desires to treat it.