proximal transverse arch of foot(redirected from arcus pedis transversus proximalis)
proximal transverse arch of foot[TA]
the higher end of the transverse arch formed by the three cuneiforms laterally and the cuboid medially and supported by the fibularis longus and tibialis muscles.
Synonym(s): arcus pedis transversus proximalis [TA]
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proximal transverse arch of footAn obsolete term that formerly dignified the transverse arch of the anterior tarsal region, which is formed by the bases of the metatarsal bones and the cuneiform and cuboid bones
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