metatarsus latus

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met·a·tar·sus la·'tus

deformity caused by sinking down of the transverse arch of the foot.

metatarsus latus

A broadened forefoot caused by separation of the metatarsal heads.

met·a·tar·sus la·tus

(met'ă-tahr'sŭs lā'tŭs)
Deformity caused by sinking down of the transverse arch of the foot.
References in classic literature ?
If I had been obliged to look at him with him splay foot on Mr.
Minor leg and foot problems children are born with include "pigeon" toes, splay foot, bowlegs, knock-knees and flat feet.
In this play, performed prior to 1642, gentlemen are portrayed as walking with turnout: "and now dey valk vid deir toes out for brave genty, you call data de splay foot.