equinovalgus

equinovalgus

 [e-kwi″no-val´gus]
talipes equinovalgus.
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tal·i·pes e·qui·no·val·gus

talipes equinus and talipes valgus combined; the foot is plantarflexed, everted, and abducted.
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equinovalgus

Talipes equinovalgus Orthopedics A foot deformity in which the heel is raised and everted from the body midline
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tal·i·pes e·qui·no·val·gus

(tal'i-pēz ē-kwī-nō-val'gŭs)
Talipes equinus and talipes valgus combined; the foot is plantiflexed, everted, and abducted.
See also: talipes equinovarus
Synonym(s): equinovalgus.
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