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Related to valgus: hallux valgus, valgus stress test, cubitus valgus

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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Biomechanical measures of neuromuscular control and valgus loading of the knee predict anterior cruciate ligament injury risk in female athletes: a prospective study.
32,33) Sublime tubercle fractures and stress responses occur near the attachment of the ulnar collateral ligament and are caused by repetitive valgus elbow force.
ACL ruptures may generally be caused by a hyperextension injury or a valgus impact applied to knee [4, 8-10] an abrupt slowing down, sprain of the knee after turning or moving, sprain as a result of improper landing after an act of jumping or some other direct impacts on the knee.
Hindfoot valgus is due to muscle imbalance, with shortening of the Achilles tendon, and a mid-foot break.
2007) suggested that anterior tibial translation is not likely the mechanism of ACL injuries during landing, but that another mechanism, such as valgus rotation, internal rotation, or a combination of the two, may be more relevant.
In addition, others have examined neuromuscular control at the hip and described neuromuscular insufficiencies resulting in dynamic knee valgus thus creating high-risk injury potential patterns (13,33).
1) is the provocative test for the MCL; it is a modification of the moving valgus test.
For this reason, previous studies have used specially designed test braces with highly precise integrated sensors to directly measure the valgus moment created by the brace [16,20,22].
Some of the problems women can face from wearing them include a condition known as hallux valgus, which means that a portion of their big toe is turned out.
Padometrijos duomenys naudoti tiriant kojas del reumatoidinio artrito, hallux valgus, metatarsalgia ir ca-vovarus deformaciju (Holmes et al.
Ellerde DIP ve PIP lerde Heberden ve Bouchard nodulleri, ayaklarda belirgin pes planovalgus, kalcalarda eksternal rotasyonda, dizlerde hafif valgus pozisyonu saptandi.