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Abnormal metatarsal epiphysis morphology +  
Abnormal metatarsal ossification +   
Any abnormal process of ossification of the metatarsal bones, which normally are each ossified from two centers: one for the body, and one for the head (metatarsal II,III,IV, and V) and one for the body and one for the base (metatarsal I). The ossification process begins in the center of the body about the ninth week, and extends toward either extremity. The center for the base of the first metatarsal appears about the third year, and the centers for the heads of the other bones between the fifth and eighth years. They join the bodies between the eighteenth and twentieth years.
Abnormal tarsal ossification +   
Abnormality of the fifth metatarsal bone +   
Abnormality of the first metatarsal bone +   
Abnormality of the fourth metatarsal bone +   
Abnormality of the second metatarsal bone +  
Abnormality of the third metatarsal bone +   
Aplasia/Hypoplasia of metatarsal bones +   
Broad metatarsal +   
Distal tapering of metatarsals  
Duplication of metatarsal bones +  
Expanded metatarsals with widened medullary cavities  
Flattened metatarsal heads  
Fractured fused metatarsal bones 2-4 
Metatarsal diaphyseal endosteal sclerosis  
Metatarsal fracture  
Metatarsal osteolysis +   
Metatarsal periosteal thickening 
Metatarsal synostosis +   
Metatarsus adductus  
Metatarsus valgus  
Osteoporotic metatarsal 
Second metatarsal posteriorly placed  
Thin metatarsal cortices  
Y-shaped metatarsals  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: Abnormal ossification involving metatarsal bones
Related Synonyms: Abnormal maturation of long bone of foot
Xrefs: UMLS:C4021543
Definition Sources: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0736-9199

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