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ch 12 voc. review 2

Diseases of the Bony Thorax, Legs and Feet

congenital deformity of the bony thorax in which the sternum, particularly the xiphoid process, is bent inward, creating a hollow depression in the anterior chest pectus excavatum
deformity in which the knees are rotated toward the midline and are abnormally close together and the lower legs are bent laterally, also known as knock-knee genu valgum
congenital deformity in which the knees are rotated laterally away from each other and the lower legs are bent toward the midline , also known as bowleg genu varum
deformity when the big toe is angled laterally toward the other toes , often known as a bunion hallux valgus
congenital deformity in which the foot is pulled downward and toward the midline, also known as clubfoot talipes equinovarus
Created by: ricrom81