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Fig. 2

From: The inter- and intra-rater reliability of the Maestro and Barroco metatarsal length measurement techniques

Fig. 2

a Maestro’s technique involves seven lines; 1) Extends from the midpoint of the Chopart’s joint to the distal apex of the second metatarsal head, 2) Perpendicular line bisects the fibular sesamoid and extends across the metatarsal heads [SM4 line], 3–7) Vertical lines extending from the distal tips of metatarsals 1–5 to line 2. b Barroco’s technique involves six lines; Initially a proximal line is drawn extending between the most proximo-medial aspect of the navicular to the lateral congruence of the calcaneocuboid joint. A perpendicular line is then drawn from the apex of each metatarsal head to this proximal line

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