Abbreviation for Metatarsal Phalangeal joint.
To keep in an existing state (as of size, shape, or position).
Term for the ankle bone. Those on the inside of the legs are medial malleoli (plural for malleolus) which are the lower end of the tibia bones; those on the outside of the legs are lateral malleoli which are the lower end of the fibula bones.
A visible trace or impression, as a spot, dent, or line.
Term used to denote position at or closer to the midline of the body.
- Met-Head (Metatarsal Head)
The head or distal end of the metatarsal bone.
Bones of the foot between the tarsus (midfoot bones) and the phalanges (toe) bones. Designated with ordinal numbers (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th) starting from the most medial (1st metatarsal) to most lateral (5th metatarsal).
- Metatarsal Phalangeal Joint
Joint between the metatarsal and phalangeal bones often with ordinal number to designate the location (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th).
The middle region of the foot (navicular, cuboid, and cuneiforms).
Of very slight degree, quality or extent.
Of average or medium degree, quality or extent.
To change a mold in shape, form, alignment or size.
A solid model of a foot, leg or other body part. A mold is first created by pouring plaster into a cast and allowing the plaster to harden; (same as: plaster positive).