intermetatarsal


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intermetatarsal

[‚in·tər‚med·ə′tär·səl]
(anatomy)
Between adjacent bones of the metatarsus.
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The approximation of the remaining metatarsals was done with heavy sutures, and the intermetatarsal ligaments were repaired.
El fragmento mas distal se traslada hacia lateral, de manera que el antepie se estrecha y el angulo intermetatarsal de primero y segundo se reduce (12).
The DPA was found to pass from the midpoint between the malleoli to the proximal end of the 1st intermetatarsal space in 42.5 % of the sample size (Fig.
We used the Centricity RIS/PACS CE software (GE, USA) to gauge the HVA, the 1-2 intermetatarsal angle (IMA), PASA, distal articular set angle (DASA), hallux interphalangeal angle (IPA), and the metatarsocuneiform angle (MCA).
The fourth-fifth intermetatarsal joint connects the bases of the fourth and fifth metatarsals as a unit.
* Participants: Subjects were eligible for inclusion if they had a painful bunion with the hallux valgus angle 35 degrees or less and the intermetatarsal angle of 15 degrees or less.
Bursitis may occur in the intermetatarsal areas or beneath the metatarsal heads secondary to repetitive trauma, infection or inflammatory disorders.
Bursitis was defined as an oval circumferential enhancement in the intermetatarsal and submetatarsal region between metatarsal heads accompanied by a contrast agent and fluid collection on [T.sub.1]-weighted fat-suppressed images.
The treatment of intermetatarsal neuromas with 4% alcohol sclerosing injections.
The intermetatarsal region is another common site for bursitis.
Interdijital sinir kompresyonu transvers intermetatarsal ligamentten gecerken meydana gelir.
Intrinsic factors also play a role in HV; those suggested include: pronation of the hind foot, pes planus, an increased angle between the first and second MT (metatarsus primus varus), association between the HV angle and the first to second intermetatarsal angle, contracture of the Achilles tendon, generalized joint laxity, and hypermobility of the first MT-cuneiform joint.