Talipes cavus



talipes cavus talipes ca·vus (kā’vəs)
n.
A deformity of the foot in which the normal arch is exaggerated.

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  • Talipes equinovalgus

    talipes equinovalgus talipes e·qui·no·val·gus (ĭ-kwī’nō-vāl’gəs, ěk’wə-) n. A deformity that is a combination of talipes equinus and talipes valgus, marked by a plantar-flexed, everted, and abducted foot.

  • Talipes equinovarus

    talipes equinovarus talipes e·qui·no·var·us (ĭ-kwī’nō-vâr’əs, ěk’wə-) n. A deformity that is a combination of talipes equinus and talipes varus, marked by a plantar-flexed, inverted, and adducted foot.



  • Talipes equinus

    talipes equinus talipes e·qui·nus (ĭ-kwī’nəs) n. A deformity resulting in permanent extension of the foot so that only the ball rests on the ground.

  • Talipes planus

    talipes planus talipes pla·nus (plā’nəs) n. See flatfoot.



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