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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

(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
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The colour and texture match is in all the above skin flaps inferior to that found with the homodigital flaps and free instep flap.
Medium thickness plantar skin graft was taken from instep area taking care not to expose the subcutaneous fat leaving behind a very thin white glistening layer of dermis, so as to avoid healing problems at donor site.
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