cavus


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cavus

 [ka´vus] (L.)
hollow.

cavus

/ca·vus/ (ka´vus) [L.] hollow.

cavus

[kā′vəs]
Etymology: L, cavus, cavity
an abnormally high or exaggerated arch of the foot. See also clawfoot.

cavus

A foot deformity in which the longitudinal arch is greatly exaggerated. See also, PES CAVUS.

cavus

[L.] hollow.
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It is a complex deformity comprising of equinus, varus, adductus and cavus.
Vural B, Sehitoglu E, Cavus F, Yalcinkaya N, Haytural H, Kucukerden M, Ulusoy C, Ugurel E, Turan S, Bulut L, Turkoglu R, Shugaiv E, Kurtuncu M, Atakan S, Gure AO, Gul A, Eraksoy M, Akman-Demir G, Tuzun E.
Burns J, Crosbie J, Hunt A, Ouvrier R (2005) The effect of pes cavus on foot pain and plantar pressure.
The prevalence of flat feet and pes cavus according to the Chippaux-Smirak index and Clarke's index in the sample as a whole and by age groups is also shown in Table 1.
111 If there is severe cavus with a bony deformity of the calcaneus, an osteotomy and a plantar release are required.
Belgium: Steelant, De Maeyer, Leyder, Faes, Verkindere, Cavus, Damraoui (Vershueren 73), Weymans (Schrijvers 64), Bertaccini, Callebaut, Vlietinck (Verreth 57).
5) Pes cavus, neuropathic joints and back pain may also be present.
Anterior exostoses caused by impingement are more likely to develop in dancers with pes cavus (high arch) (26,56) and subtalar motion limitations, (26) although more research of these anatomical and mechanical factors in dancers is required.
Traditionally, scholars have been socialized into teaching models anchored in the transmission of knowledge, and consequently the new incorporation of ICT to the professional development of university teaching goes hand in hand with the development of three types of knowledge, which according to Uzunboylu, Bicen, and Cavus (2011) are related to: the growth of scientific knowledge, which requires the development of the necessary skills for the search, selection and analysis of information; the popularity rise of the digital culture, in which critical thinking processes are of greater importance as they result from an insatiable quest for information; and, finally, by the development of learning processes without time restrictions, i.
This deformity consists of four components: forefoot equines, hindfootvarus, and forefoot adductions and midfoot cavus deformities.
Association has been reported with musculoskeletal (genu valgus, pes cavus, myositis ossificans, absence of flexor digitorum superficialis tendon in the little finger) and cardiovascular abnormalities.
Also, the Mobile Learning Tool (MOLT) developed by Cavus and Ibrahim (2009) investigates the use of wireless technologies in education, particularly for learning technical English words using text messaging.