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The head of the talus may be. 8 INSPECTION BONY PALPATION Medial Aspect
First Metatarsocuneiform Navicular Tubercle Head of the Talus Medial Malleolus
Sustentaculum Tali Medial Tubercle of the Talus Lateral Aspect Fifth Metatarsal ...
border, and the first and fifth metatarsal heads. A pathologic increase in this skin
thickness (callosity) is caused by these areas bearing abnormal amounts of
weight. This condition most often manifests itself over the metatarsal heads (Fig.
Metatarsal Heads. Move laterally and palpate each metatarsal head by placing
your thumb upon the plantar surface and your index finger upon the dorsal
surface (Figs. 26, 27). The transverse arch of the forefoot is located immediately
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