midfoot

midfoot

The anterior part of the foot, which is comprised of the navicular, cuboid and cuneiform bones.

mid·foot

(mid'fut)
The section of the foot between the hindfoot and forefoot; includes five of the seven tarsal bones (e.g., navicular, cuboid, and three cuneiforms).

midfoot

The area of the foot surrounding the cuboid, cuneiform, and navicular bones that lies between the forefoot and hindfoot.

midfoot

tarsus
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an inability to bear weight, a deformity, or severe midfoot swelling below the ankle.
They get a score of 1 if that happens in the ankle or midfoot, and a score of 2 if it involves a metatarsophalangeal joint.
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In fact, the sensor area of the forefoot is much higher than the area of the midfoot and hindfoot in pedobarographic measurements.
2013 The evolution of compliance in the human lateral midfoot.
1,2) However, midfoot joints and ankle can also be involved.
Nygaard believes that most of energy should be absorbed by feet that will have more changes in arch's height along middle standing (an stage in gait that midfoot on the ground).
19) The Dimeglio/Bensahel system consists of giving a score of 0 to 4 for equinus, hindfoot varus, midfoot rotation, and forefoot adduction, and a score of 1 or 0 (present or absent, respectively) for posterior crease, medial crease, cavus, and abnormal underlying musculature.
Wearing these shoes can cause: hyperextension, ankle sprains, midfoot fractures, neuromas (benign nerve tumors), pinched nerves, bunions and hammertoes.
She had developed midfoot arthritis and had pain walking with every step.