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cavus

(kay -vŭ) (plural: cavi) a steep-sided depression. The word is used in the approved name of such a surface feature on a planet or satellite.
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Common pediatric deformities that this system addresses include cavus foot, flatfoot, clubfoot, and hallux valgus.
Turkey's foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu gave their names as Serhan Selcuk Narici and Yigit Ali Cavus.
One individual had pes planus and one had pes cavus. Finger and phalangeal abnormalities (clinodactyly, bipartite phalanges and phalangeal hypoplasia) were noticed in four cases.
Medical attributes of CMT comprise continuous distal muscle flaw and degeneration, gentle to modest distal sensory failure, depressed tendon reflexes, and a distinctive foot distortion with pes cavus and hammer toes.
In addition, he had pes cavus. Biochemical examination showed high plasma total Hcy level (495 [micro]mol/L [normal <15 [micro]mol/L]).
However, no significant relationship was found between pes cavus and functional improvement (p>0.05).
The cavus deformity was corrected by putting the forefoot and the hindfoot in proper alignment.
Right hand was used to correct the deformity of right foot and left for left, Only cavus, adduction and inversion of hind foot were corrected together at the first and the subsequent visits.
Several individuals of other platypodine species (Dinoplatypus cavus and Crossotarsus externedentatus [Coleoptera: Curculionidae]) also were collected from dying trees during the surveys.
The first officially approved feature names are: Tombaugh Regio, Burney Crater, Sputnik Planitia, Tenzing Montes, Hillary Montes, Al-Idrisi Montes, Djanggawul Fossae, Sleipnir Fossa, Virgil Fossae, Adlivun Cavus, Hayabusa Terra, Voyager Terra, Tartarus Dorsa, and Elliot crater.
(6.) Bayarogullari H, Davran R, Cavus Y Yetim TD, Evirgen O.