tal·i·pes cal·ca·ne·o·val·'gus

talipes calcaneus and talipes valgus combined; the foot is dorsiflexed, everted, and abducted.

calcaneovalgus, calcaneovarus

See clubfoot.

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.
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Skeletal malformations reported in this disorder, include congenital hip dislocation, calcaneovalgus deformity, joint hyperflexation, punctate mineralization, scoliosis and kyphosis.
The deformity may be considered cured when there is no adduction or inversion deformity, when there is a hollow on the dorsum of the foot in the position previously occupied by the head of the talus, passive movement to the full calcaneovalgus position, and when the child is able to evert and dorsiflex the foot voluntarily to about a right angle.
A deformity of the lower leg and ankle joint called talipes equinovarus (club foot) and talipes calcaneovalgus (foot is turned outward).