planovalgus

pla·no·val·gus

(plā'nō-val'gŭs),
A condition in which the longitudinal arch of the foot is flattened and the hindfoot is everted.
[plano- + L. valgus, turned outward]

pla·no·val·gus

(plā'nō-val'gŭs)
A condition in which the longitudinal arch of the foot is flattened and everted.
[plano- + L. valgus, turned outward]
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(1,2,5) Some authors have suggested that a planovalgus foot alignment may place athletes at inherent risk for an external rotation ankle injury.
Here, we report an unusual case of bilateral stress fractures in the lateral talar body that occurred in an elderly female with a severe pes planovalgus deformity.
Lateral ankle ligament reconstruction Ankle arthroscopy with debridement Microfracture of osteochondral defects Reconstruction of cavovarus foot Reconstruction of planovalgus foot Excision of osteophytes Of the entire cohort of patients undergoing ankle MRI, 58 of 347 (17%) patients were eventually indicated for surgery.
Medial displacement calcaneal osteotomy is an effective procedure to correct adult acquired flatfoot (pes planovalgus deformity) with a structured but flexible deformity.
Reliability study of tibialis posterior and selected leg muscle EMG and multi-segment foot kinematics in rheumatoid arthritis associated pes planovalgus. Gait Posture.
Viegas, "Reconstruction of the pediatric flexible planovalgus foot by using an Evans calcaneal osteotomy and augmentative medial split tibialis anterior tendon transfer," The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, vol.
He had severe bilateral foot hypotonia with planovalgus foot (orthosis), locked knee, dislocated hips, and moderate scoliosis.
Physical examination showed a rigid pes planovalgus on the right side and that hindfoot motion was diminished.
Evaluation of planovalgus foot deformity with special reference to natural history reference to natural history.
We report a 14-year old boy with an unusual presentation of extensive bilateral macular coloboma with planovalgus feet dynamics and left foot drop due to anterior horn cell disease.
Four patients suffered from feet deformities which are frequently found in PD including pes equinus, talipes equinovarus, and pes planovalgus [13].