metatarsus latus metatarsus la·tus (lā’təs)
A deformity of the foot caused by a sinking of the transverse arch.
- Metatarsus varus
metatarsus varus metatarsus var·us (vâr’əs) n. A deformity of the foot in which the forepart of the foot is rotated and fixed on the long axis of the foot, so that the sole faces the midline of the body. Also called intoe.
[muh-tah-tee; Spanish me-tah-te] /məˈtɑ ti; Spanish mɛˈtɑ tɛ/ noun, plural metates [muh-tah-teez; Spanish me-tah-tes] /məˈtɑ tiz; Spanish mɛˈtɑ tɛs/ (Show IPA) 1. a flat stone that has a shallow depression in the upper surface for holding maize or other grains to be ground with a mano.
metathalamus met·a·thal·a·mus (mět’ə-thāl’ə-məs) n. The most caudal part of the thalamus, composed of the medial and lateral geniculate bodies.
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