equinovarus


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Related to equinovarus: arthrogryposis, talipes equinovarus, equinovalgus, talipes varus, CTEV

equinovarus

 [e-kwi″no-var´us]
talipes equinovarus.

tal·i·pes e·qui·no·va'r·us

talipes equinus and talipes varus combined; the foot is plantarflexed, inverted, and adducted.

equinovarus

/equi·no·va·rus/ (-va´rus) talipes equinovarus.

equinovarus

See clubfoot.

equinovarus

Talipes equinovarus Orthopedics A type of clubfoot which involves different muscle groups: tibialis anterior, tibialis posterior, extensor hallucis longus, gastrocnemius and lack of peroneal activation; the heel is turned toward the midline, the foot plantarflexed, the inner border of the foot is supinated, and the anterior foot is displaced medial to the vertical axis

tal·i·pes e·qui·no·var·us

(tal'i-pēz ē-kwī-nō-vā'rŭs)
Talipes equinus and talipes varus combined; the foot is plantiflexed, inverted, and adducted.
Synonym(s): clubfoot, club foot, equinovarus.

equinovarus

talipes equinovarus; a foot deformity in which the heel is turned inward and the foot is plantar flexed.
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Associated non-skeletal anomalies tend to correspond to the level of the vertebral defects and include bilobed bladder, hydronephrosis, hernia, anal and urethral atresia, and talipes equinovarus.
Wolfgang (9) initially treated the equinovarus deformity of a 1-month-old male infant with serial casting and an orthosis.
Genetic epidemiology study of idiopathic talipes equinovarus.
Long-term follow-up of surgery for equinovarus foot deformity in children with cerebral palsy, Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics 22: 792-799.
Bilateral talipes equinovarus deformity of the feet is present in all cases.
Additional characteristics of the condition are camptodactyly (flexion of fingers) with ulnar deviation, talipes equinovarus (1) and contractures that limit mobility of the neck, making intubation very difficult (6-8).
In contrast, sciatic nerve palsy, presenting as equinovarus or equinus deformity, was diagnosed on average 3.
Equinovarus deformity of the ankle following acquired brain injury in adults: An evaluation of incidence, contributing factors and clinical management.
Little Mia, aged nine months, was born with Congenital Talipes Equinovarus, commonly known as club foot.
Knee length has also been considered, but contractures of the flexors of the hip and knees, and a tendency to equinovarus deformity of the feet occur rapidly after loss of ambulation, similarly complicating this measurement (5.
In this study, the strength of the association was the same for talipes equinovarus as for valgus deformities.
The most common developmental anomalies observed were equinovarus (clubfoot) in 27-30 of the children (the chart and text are unclear); cranial nerve defects in 21 of the children, resulting in partial paralysis of certain facial muscles and affecting eye control; and in 10 children arthogryposis, a condition in which certain muscles (in these cases, the legs and/or arms) are in a persistent state of flex or contraction similar to the spasms experienced in lockjaw or muscle cramps.