[1,2] However, toe-in gait can be seen when femoral anteversion, internal tibial torsion or metatarsus adductus
do not decrease sufficiently.
Production of normal arch was necessary to correct the adductus
and the varus.
He had psychomotor delay and presented skeletal anomalies: left side metatarsus adductus
with reducible hindfoot valgus and bilateral reducible patellar dislocations.
It is a complex deformity comprising of equinus, varus, adductus
and selected radiographic measurements of the first ray in normal feet.
2v: "praesertim eximii illius serui Dei, ac optimi mei in Christo parentis Iohannis Caluini authoritate [sic] adductus
, qui quum haec nostra, pro singulari sua in Ecclesiam Dei pietate, non modo legisset, sed etiam expendissetBeza, Iesu Christi Domini nostri Nouum testamentum siue Nouum foedus (Geneva, 1565) "Iohannis Caluini authoritate [sic] victus: cuius et viui iudicium tanti feci, et nunc (quando ita Deo visum est) nobis erepti memoriam sic veneror, vt quod illo hortatore susceptum, nunc expolire studeo." There appear to have been two editions of Beza's translations in 1565: this one, dedicated to Queen Elizabeth of England, and that dedicated to Louis de Bourbon, noted below.
(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.
Limestones of the Kibatin Formation, overlying the sandy-silty Pogurej sediments in the Polar Urals, contain conodonts indicative of the lower Tremadocian Cordylodus angulatus Zone, and species of the trilobite genera Apatokephalus, Jdyia and Niobe together with the agnostid Geragnostus adductus
(see Table 2 in Appendix; Klyuzhina 1985; Dembovskij et al.
It is associated with congenital abnormalities such as metatarsus adductus
(pigeon toe), torticollis (wry neck), infantile spina bifida and talipes equinovarus (club foot).
Intoeing--more commonly known as "pigeon-toe"--is a very common condition that occurs from birth through late childhood and arises from metatarsus adductus
(MA), internal tibial torsion (ITT) or internal femoral anteversion (IFA).