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No significant difference was observed between control and subjects with flat foot for the time of foot contact (T) for anatomical area related to toes (mask 1), metatarsal heads (mask 2), first metatarsal head (mask 3), lateral heel (mask 6), and internal heel (mask 7), p > 0.
The radiograph provides (Figure 3) anteroposterior views of both feet demonstrating punched-out lytic lesions in the 1st metatarso-phalangeal joints with marginal erosions in the metatarsal head.
Compared with the thickness of the plantar soft tissue at the metatarsal head, which has been reported to be over 5.
This condition is caused by a metatarsal head which is a little lower than the other four heads and receives more "banging" when running.
Key components of the diabetic foot exam include dermatologic inspection for skin status, sweating, infection, ulceration, and calluses, as well as musculoskeletal inspection for deformity (claw toes, prominent metatarsal heads, Charcot's joint) or muscle wasting.
1988] reported that modifications to the outsole in a "rigid rocker bottom" design reduce the plantar pressure at the metatarsal head by half, it was [Schaff P.
A small joint Ostek reamer (Hillsborough, Oregon, USA; 16, 20, or 24 mm according to the diameter of the first metatarsal head and base of the proximal phalanx) is then used to produce a convex surface at the base of the proximal phalanx of the hallux (Fig.
A metatarsal pad is usually placed proximal to the painful metatarsal head (Fig.