cavus


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cavus

 [ka´vus] (L.)
hollow.

cavus

A foot deformity in which the longitudinal arch is greatly exaggerated. See also, PES CAVUS.
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In the Cochrane databases of Kearney et al., [23] they found that the mean rate of incidence of pes cavus was 10%.
The wrong action also increases the cavus by jamming the anterior tuberosity of the adducted calcaneum against the undersurface of the head of talus.
Cavus correction by a hyper supination of the forefoot.
Another Turkish Cypriot, Niazi Cavus, who was also alive suggested they left.
(6.) Vural B, Ugurel E, Tuzun E, Kurtuncu M, Zuliani L, Cavus F, Icoz S, Erdag E, Gul A, Gure AO, Vincent A, Ozbek U, Eraksoy M, Akman-Demir G.
Among all foot problems, three types of foot deformation occur with a high prevalence, namely pes valgus, hallux valgus and pes cavus [9-11].
The prevalence of flat feet, pes cavus and normal feet is shown in Table 1.
Caption: Laurel Browman owns Cavus Vineyards, which produces a single wine from its 2-acre property.
Since infancy the patient also developed cognitive alterations, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, pes cavus, and progressive gait alterations.
An examination of the right foot revealed no evidence of pes planus, pes cavus, hallux valgus, hammertoes, or other structural abnormalities of the foot or toes.