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Foot deformities

Podiatric terms for foot deformities

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What is Rear foot varus? A fixed, osseous state in which the calcaneus is inverted relative to the supporting surface when the STJ is held in its neutral position and the MTJ is locked maximally
What is Forefoot supinatus? A soft tissue state where the forefoot is inverted relative to the rearfoot, when the subtalar joint (STJ) is in the neutral position and the midtarsal joint is fully pronated/locked.
What is Forefoot varus? An osseous state where the forefoot is inverted relative to the rearfoot, when the STJ is in neutral position and the MTJ is fully pronated/locked.
What is Forefoot valgus? A fixed osseous state where the forefoot is everted relative to the rearfoot, when the STJ is in neutral position and the midtarsal joint is fully pronated/locked
What is Equinus? A sagittal plane deformity in which there is less than 10 degrees of available dorsiflexion at the ankle joint, when the STJ is in its neutral position and the midtarsal joint is fully locked.
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