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Arches of the Foot

Eduard Muller

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Image Description:

 A skeletal diagram of the arches of the foot.

The foot has three arches: the Medial Arch, the Lateral Arch, and the Transverse Arch.

The Medial Arch is the classic arch everyone thinks of, and it runs along the inside of the foot. It is the largest and most pronounced arch in the foot. The Lateral Arch is much less pronounced, but it runs parallel to the medial arch along the outside of the foot. The Transverse Arch runs from left to right across the front of the foot. This one is probably the least visible, but it's there.

There are also three keystones for the three arches: the Talus for the Medial Arch, the Cuboid for the Lateral Arch, and the Middle Cuneiform for the Transverse Arch. If any of the keystones are out of alignment, the entire structure is weakened and compromised.

Image File Sizes:

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Small

600x1000px

2.0x3.333" @300dpi
8.333x13.889" @72dpi

5.08x8.47cm @300dpi
21.17x35.28cm @72dpi

Medium

1200x2000px

4.0x6.667" @300dpi
16.667x27.778" @72dpi

10.16x16.93cm @300dpi
42.33x70.56cm @72dpi

Large

1772x2953px

5.907x9.843" @300dpi
24.611x41.014" @72dpi

15.0x25.0cm @300dpi
62.51x104.18cm @72dpi

Anatomy Visible in the Medical Illustration Includes:

 Skeletal, Arches of the Foot, Transverse Arch

Image created by:

Eduard Müller


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