talipes valgus

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tal·i·pes val·'gus

permanent eversion of the foot, the inner side alone of the sole resting on the ground; it is usually combined with a breaking down of the plantar arch.

talipes valgus

Orthopedics Clubfoot in which the outer border of the foot is everted, with inward rotation of the tarsus and flattening of the plantar arch. See Clubfoot.

tal·i·pes val·gus

(tal'i-pēz val'gŭs)
Permanent eversion of the foot, the inner side alone of the sole resting on the ground; it is usually combined with a breaking down of the plantar arch.