flatfoot


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a policeman who patrols a given region

a foot afflicted with a fallen arch

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An examination revealed bilateral hindfoot valgus and flatfoot deformities, and both feet were rigid and not reducible.
Medial displacement calcaneal osteotomy is an effective procedure to correct adult acquired flatfoot (pes planovalgus deformity) with a structured but flexible deformity.
An Investigation of the factors affecting flatfoot in children with delayed motor development.
"These step dances have roots in the dance traditions of Europe, Africa, and Native America," said Phil Jamison, a renowned flatfoot dancer and old-time musician who recently wrote Hoedowns, Reels, and Frolics: Roots and Branches of Southern Appalachian Dance.
The final of the Martinstown Series produced a spectacular finish, with the Christy Roche-trained Master Oscar prevailing by a half-length under an inspired ride by Jody McGarvey over gallant top-weight Flatfoot Boogie.
(5) This play, which was shown in Sydney and later in Melbourne, (6) was entitled Flatfoot: A Roman Comedy of Bad Manners at the first performance and Flatfoot, incorporating the comedy The Swaggering Soldier by Thus Maccius Plautus in the printed version of the same year.
(1) The prevalence of PPT dysfunction in the general population is approximately 3.3% and often results in adult acquired flatfoot deformity.
FLATFOOT 56 has been building a following on the road for the past 10 years.
Defining Flatfoot. Foot & Ankle International (2001); 20(7); 456-59.
The progressive orthesis family refers to a range of orthesis, same type, having progressive dimensions, which can be adapted on the flatfoot persons' shoes, due to the fact that the flatfoot disease can lead to different locomotion or stability problems.