metatarsal


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metatarsal

[¦med·ə′tär·səl]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the metatarsus.
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Using an intraoperative imager a line is selected such that the medial aspect of the transverse line of the distal most Endo-button will be just proximal to the metaphyseal-diaphyseal junction of the first metatarsal and the lateral button on the second metatarsal will be at least 2-3 mm proximal to the neck of the second metatarsal.
Physical exam will show tenderness at the base of the first or second metatarsals or medial and middle cuneiforms, pain or instability with rotational stress of the forefoot; swelling; and ecchymosis.
BONE OF CONTENTION: Wayne Rooney did his metatarsal in May 2006, but miraculously recovered in time to go to the World Cup
It is a metatarsal again, it is the one next to the one he had broken, the second one, so we hope we have good news, because that would be a massive blow to us.
McCarthy said: "1t was purely an accident but Chris has broken his metatarsal.
The dreaded metatarsal curse entered the national consciousness when David Beckham was crocked shortly before the 2002 World Cup.
The ulcers under the metatarsal heads, corresponding to the high-pressure areas resolved.
shoes or boots with built-in metatarsal protection, as long as the employer provides and pays for detachable metatarsal guards.
England striker Emile Heskey is facing up to six weeks on the sidelines after scans showed he has a fractured metatarsal.
The term hallux valgus (sometimes known as hallux abducto valgus) refers therefore to 'an enlargement of bone or tissue around the metatarsal phalangeal joint at the base of the big toe' (Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists 2006).
Alexander said those tests showed the same crack in the fourth metatarsal that was there Monday.