What is bilateral hallux valgus deformity?

Answer Hallux valgus, or bunion deformity, is an alteration of the big toe (hallux) characterized by intrusion of the toe on the space normally occupied by the foot's other toes. When the condition occurs... Read More »

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What are the presenting symptoms of hallux valgus?

Hallux valgus, commonly known as a bunion, is formed at the big toe joint where the toe meets the foot bones. While bunions can be inherited, they can also form as a result of tight-fitting shoes o... Read More »

What is a valgus knee brace?

According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, the valgus knee brace, also known as the unloader, is used to support and reduce knee pain of the medial compartment in osteoarthritis patien... Read More »

What does deformity mean in first aid?

Deformity, in a prehospital emergency context means any structural abnormalities of the body observed primarily through through sight and palpation. Auscultation may also be used to diagnose intern... Read More »

What is equine valgus syndrome in humans?