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 increase in calcaneal valgus on the clinical hindfoot examination was a mean of 5[degrees] compared to that of the other extremity (Figures 3 and 4).
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.
Podoscopic examination has shown far more flat feet and isolated calcaneal valgus in children with DS compared to their healthy peers.