equinus

equinus

[ēkwī′nəs]
Etymology: L, horse
a condition characterized by tiptoe walking on one or both feet. It is usually associated with clubfoot.

equinus

Orthopedics Fixation of the foot, or part of a foot, in a plantarflexed position it would assume if the distal end of the part is farther away from the tibia Types Talipes equinus–fixed position of plantarflexion of the ankle joint; forefoot equinus—the fixed position of plantar flexed attitude of the forefoot in relation to the rearfoot. See Clubfoot.
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She was placed into a below knee equinus cast and referred to the next available fracture clinic.
With lengthening, recurrent equinus is possible and repeat tenotomies may be required.
Patients also hold the ankle in equinus to prevent the knee from reaching full extension.
Additional procedures included revision for drifting transport fragment (two), debridement and grafting at docking site (eight), new ring application (two), repeat osteotomy (one), iliac crest bone graft to regenerate (one), and foot plate addition for equinus contracture (one).
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Koman, Mooney, Smith, and Goodman (1993) conducted a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of botulinum toxin A in 114 children between 2 and 16 years of age to determine its efficacy in the treatment of dynamic equinus foot deformity due to CP spasticity.
The model attempted to describe the equinus deformity often observed in persons with Lisfranc and Chopart residua by varying the height of the longitudinal arch of the foot as a proportion of residual foot length [30].
This taxon is now recognized as a complex of at least 5 distinct species that encompass 10 genotypes with different host specificities: E granulosus sensu stricto (genotypes G1G3), E equinus (G4), E ortleppi (G5), and E canadensis (G6-G10) (3).
19) The Dimeglio/Bensahel system consists of giving a score of 0 to 4 for equinus, hindfoot varus, midfoot rotation, and forefoot adduction, and a score of 1 or 0 (present or absent, respectively) for posterior crease, medial crease, cavus, and abnormal underlying musculature.