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.
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Making the long run more comfortable is the Impact Guidance System (IGS), a combination of a hard resin structure in the midfoot and an S-shaped structure that runs from the heel till the toe.
For example, runners are more on their forefoot than midfoot. We then used computational design and, most importantly, insight from key urban runners to create Pulseboost HD.
This rapid R&D process allowed restor3D to start manufacturing devices such as midfoot wedges and distal tibia replacements from 3D-printed titanium (Figure 3).
When a midfoot pain is present, the most common radiological diagnosis is a fracture or a tarsal coalition, while a bipartite medial cuneiform is less frequent, but it has to be considered in the differential diagnosis of midfoot pain (Bismil et al.).
A 2D kinematic analysis determined the magnitude of midfoot flexion and ankle plantarflexion.
"It provides hugging and contouring support from midfoot to heel, natural forefoot flexibility, and exceptional underfoot cushioning for an incredibly holistic fit experience.
A wedge of bone from the central cuneiform was also removed to narrow the midfoot. The lateral projection of the extra calcaneus was excised with a second incision, and its Achilles tendon was sutured to the Achilles tendon of the medial calcaneus.
[27] reported that increasing plantar sensory feedback to the medial aspect of the foot reduced the midfoot pronation during walking and, thus, increased the foot positional awareness providing enhanced plantar sensory feedback.
Canagliflozin is the only sodium-glucose transporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibitor that carries a black box warning of "lower limb amputations, most frequently of the toe and midfoot" but also the leg.
Midfoot amputations expand limb salvage rates for diabetic foot infections.