Abductus

Abductus

Fixation of an extremity or part in the position it would assume if abducted, the distal end being displaced away from the midline.
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8) The preoperative Canadian Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society end-stage ankle arthritis classification distinguishes isolated ankle arthritis (type 1), ankle arthritis with intraarticular varus or valgus deformity, hindfoot instability or a tight heel cord (type 2), ankle arthritis with hindfoot deformity, tibial malunion, midfoot abductus or adductus, supinated midfoot, plantar flexed first ray, etc.
Suddenly shaking the high palace of the Supreme Pontiff with the sounds of his barking ("Supremi / atria Pontificis subito completa tumultu / movit ubi intonuit," 93-95) and "bristling his shaggy hairs" (villisque rigentibus, 95), the dog rushes the lion's cage and tries to break into it (laceraret claustra leonis, 96) to the point that he has to be forcibly removed from there (Vix inde abductus, 97) although he continues to show "his still unvented wrath in raucous growls and longcontinued whining" ("magnumque dolorem / testatus gemitu rauco longisve querelis," 97-98).