Definition of Talipes valgus
1. Noun. Deformity of the foot in which the foot is twisted outward.
Medical Definition of Talipes valgus
1. Permanent eversion of the foot, the inner side alone of the sole resting on the ground; it is usually combined with a breaking down of the plantar arch. Synonym: pes abductus, pes pronatus, pes valgus. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Talipes valgus
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1. The Lancet (1842)
"10 cases anterior and external ; 5 external ; 1 anterior; 1 combined with talipes valgus spurius of both feet, and curvature of the bones of the left arm ..."
2. A Manual for the Practice of Surgery by Thomas Bryant (1881)
"talipes valgus may be of all degrees of severity, and may be congenital or acquired, these two varieties presenting very different appearances. Fig. ..."
3. A Treatise on Surgery by Timothy Holmes (1875)
"talipes valgus, in which the sole of the foot instead of being flat looks Talipes outwards, ... or noncon- genital talipes valgus.—Holmes' • Surg. ..."