calcaneal valgus

calcaneal valgus

(1) A lateral—towards the fibula—eversion of the rearfoot at the subtalar joint.
(2) A specific form of clubfoot characterised by dorsiflexion, eversion and abduction of the foot.

calcaneal valgus

Calcaneovalgus, rearfoot valgus Orthopedics An everted rearfoot See Valgus.
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Calcaneal Valgus (everted) & Navicular Collapse & Forefoot Abduction= Pronated
The feet should also be carefully examined because 90% of children with Down syndrome have deformities of the forefoot, 60% have flat feet, 24% have calcaneal valgus, 22% have knee valgus, and 16% have pronated flat feet (Concolino, Pasquzzi, Capalbo, Sinopoli, & Strisciugllo, 2006).
This finding has only been cursorily described in coronal cross-sectional imaging by previous investigators in association with calcaneal valgus, (9,38) although it does contribute to the "C" sign on lateral ankle radiographs.
Parents may be alarmed about a calcaneal valgus foot in their newborn but can be assured that it usually resolves without treatment, said Dr.