talipes

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talipes:

see clubfootclubfoot
or talipes
, deformity in which the foot is twisted out of position. Maldevelopment is usually congenital, although it can result from injury or disease (e.g., poliomyelitis) after birth. It can affect one or both feet.
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talipes

[′tal·ə‚pēz]
(medicine)
Any of several foot deformities, especially of congenital origin.
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During impingement in 50108, under pure valgus loading, the strain was observed to be mostly compressive despite a decrease in impingement force.
One of the structures that is involved in this function is the adductor muscle of the hallux, which can produce hallux valgus or rigid hallux when an imbalance occurs in its normal activity.
Also too small shoes contribute to the formation of hallux valgus and hammer toe.
A skier's thumb is named for the valgus moment that a ski pole places onto a thumb when one falls while skiing.
Valgus knee bracing can be uncomfortable, leading to poor adherence, but there are no long-term negative consequences.
Una de las deformidades mas comunes del pie con una prevalencia del 28,4% en adultos es el hallux valgus (HV), que aparece con mayor frecuencia en mujeres y aumenta con la edad (1).
It was hypothesized that 1) participants with a varus alignment will have a greater KAM compared to participants with a neutral or valgus alignment, and 2) KAM will not differ regardless usage of a toe clip.
The researchers found that between males and females there were no significant differences in the position of injury with regard to knee flexion (P = 0.66), valgus (P = 0.87), internal tibial rotation (P = 0.26), or anterior tibial translation (P = 0.18).
The preoperative mechanical axis measured by X-ray was between 24.5[degrees] varus and 22.9[degrees] valgus, respectively.
The osteotomy did not lead to valgus but to a correction of 5 degrees of the varus (previously 20 degrees).