rocker-bottom foot

rocker-bottom foot
1. congenital convex pes valgus, due to primary dislocation of the talonavicular joint; it may occur as an isolated primary deformity or be associated with autosomal trisomy, including trisomy 13–15 and trisomy 18; called also rocker-bottom flatfoot. 2. talipes equinovarus in which the foot is shaped like a rocker of a rocking chair, occurring as a result of a transverse break in the midtarsal area; called also rocker-bottom deformity.

Rocker-bottom foot.

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