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a deformity in which there is an abnormal displacement of part of a limb away from the midline of the body

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There were multiple small nodules and a large nodule on the dorsum of left hand at the base of 3rd metacarpal (Figure 1), a localized cystic granuloma in the retrocalcaneal region is shown, and multiple tophaceous deposits over the 1st metatarsophalangeal joint and hallux valgus deformity are seen.
Importantly, only those patients with mild to moderate hallux valgus deformity were included, We did not measure the degree of angula-tion of the toe of our patient, but we assessed her pain as "moderate.
A 14-year-old male high school student who had played volleyball for 3 years presented with a complaint of right-and left-hand little-finger flexion, valgus deformity (Figure 1), and pain.
Thus, a flexion and valgus deformity occurred in the little-finger DIP joints.
Afterwards, tenosynovitis occurs in the posterior tibial tendon, causing pain during walking and valgus deformity in the foot.
This study was performed on 22 feet of 11 RA patients with bilateral non-fixed heel valgus deformity (Group 1) and 28 feet of 14 RA patients without heel valgus deformity (Group 2) in our outpatient clinic.
Abstract: A 4-week-old female Northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) presented with a valgus deformity of both wings resulting in dorsolateral rotation of the primary flight feathers.
Key words: angel wing, valgus deformity, metacarpal bones, avian, birds, Northern goshawk, raptor, Accipiter gentilis
Hallux valgus deformity (or bunion) is a prevalent and debilitating foot condition that affects 23% of people age 18-65 each year.
The second section is about intraoperative questions including skin incision, patella femoral maltracking, femoral component rotation, tibial component rotation, lateral release, femoral component sizing, flexion instability, varus deformity, and valgus deformity, tightness in extension, iatrogenic MCL injury, antibiotic-loaded cement, and perioperative pain.
The physician should attempt to manually correct the hallux valgus deformity, moving the great toe in dorsiflexion and plantar flexion.
Clinical, quantitative assessment of first tarsometatarsal mobility in the sagittal plane and its relation to hallux valgus deformity.
Distal Femoral Valgus Deformity Following Plate Fixation of Pediatric Femoral Shaft Fractures
The varus moment tends to offset the valgus moment from the laterally directed mechanical axis and minimizes, therefore, the effects of the valgus deformity.
Krackow KA, Jones MM, Teeny SM, Hungerford DS: Primary total knee arthroplasty in patients with fixed valgus deformity.