lateral part of longitudinal arch of foot
Definition: the lower (more shallow) aspect of the longitudinal arch of the foot formed by calcaneus, cuboid, and two lateral metatarsals; the combined arch is supported normally by ligaments, intrinsic muscles, and the tendons of extrinsic muscles of the foot.
Synonym(s): pars lateralis arcus pedis longitudinalisTA, arcus pedis longitudinalis pars lateralis, lateral longitudinal arch of foot
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