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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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Valgus stress radiographs predict lateral-compartment cartilage thickness but not cartilage degeneration in varus osteoarthritis.
Forefoot valgus is when the forefoot is everted while the calcaneus and subtalar joint are in neutral.
Radiologicamente, el hallux valgus es diagnosticable por un aumento del angulo intermetatarsal entre 1[grados] y 2[grados] metatarsianos (IMA en ingles); y por un aumento del angulo del hallux abductus (HVA en ingles) (10,11).
The inclusion criteria of our study were 1) age <50 years, 2) valgus stress test positive, 3) positive moving valgus stress test and milking manoeuvre, 4) isolated MCL tear in MRI.
Assessment of kinematic variables using 3-D motion capture, such as knee valgus during jump-landing tasks, provides both valid and reliable indicators of ACL injury risk (Hewett et al.
The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of gradual distal fibular lengthening (DFL) for the treatment of ankle valgus in three patients with MHE.
If there is pain along the inside of the elbow and the Valgus stress test is positive, the physician will typically order an MR arthrogram.
There are several measurements of the foot structure such as height of MLA, hallux valgus angle (HVA) or various foot indices.
Previous studies suggested that preparatory muscle activity was more important to prevent excessive knee valgus motion than reactive muscle activity after foot contact (4, 20).
The palpation of the intertarsal joints further revealed medial displacement of both gastrocnemius tendons, a condition called "slipped tendon" and commonly associated with valgus deformation of the intertarsal joint.
Medial elbow pain caused by excessive valgus forces and high pitching velocities can occur in overhead throwing athletes of all ages.
After surgery contractures of palmar and plantar fascia as well the thumb web were released and the hallux valgus was corrected.