metatarsus varus


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met·a·tar·sus va'·rus

fixed deformity of the foot in which the forepart of the foot is rotated on the long axis of the foot, so that the plantar surface faces the midline of the body.
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metatarsus varus

1. A forefoot deformity in which the medial foot is lifted upward and outward, such that the victim is walking on the outer edge of the foot.
2. Clubfoot, see there.
3. Metatarsus adductus, see there.
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met·a·tar·sus va·rus

(met'ă-tahr'sŭs vā'rŭs)
Fixed deformity in which the forepart of the foot is rotated on the long axis of the foot, so that the plantar surface faces the midline of the body.
Synonym(s): intoe.
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