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instep

 [in´step]
the dorsal part of the arch of the foot.

in·step

(in'step),
The arch, or highest part of the dorsum of the foot.
See also: tarsus.

instep

/in·step/ (-step) the dorsal part of the arch of the foot.

instep

(ĭn′stĕp′)
n.
1. The arched middle part of the human foot between the toes and the ankle.
2. The part of a shoe or stocking covering the instep.

in·step

(in'step)
The arch, or highest part of the dorsum of the foot.
See also: tarsus

instep

medial longitudinal arch and associated dorsal foot
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Use of split thickness skin grafts from plantar instep was advocated by Le Worthy4.
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The advantages of this are as follows: it allows restoration of the anatomic contour of the foot, is relatively quick and easy to raise with a two team approach (one team debriding the area and preparing recipient vessels and a second team raising the flap), can cover a defect larger than a local flap such as medial plantar artery instep flap, is pliable and less bulky than other fasciocutaneous flaps, and is also sensate hence providing protection to the foot.
skill correlation' for trials performed with instep and inside kicks for x, y and z acceleration signals are shown in Figure 3.
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It features an integral instep strap with Velcro and a non-slip outsole.
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