The state of being turned back or outward; as, eversion of eyelids; ectropium.
Term used to refer to the twisting movement of the foot so that the sole faces outwards
Outward turning of the rearfoot. To learn more, View The Frontal Plane
the movement of the sole outward at the ankle joint
The act of turning outward; opposite of inversion.
Term used to describe when a body part tilts away from the midline.
The outward rotation of the plantar surface, or sole, of the foot so that it faces away from the median, or midline, of the body.
Frontal plane movement, when the foot twists outward and downward (sole away from midline)
the position of being turned outward; "the eversion of the foot"
Latin e = out, and versum = turned, hence turned outwards.
The action of turning a body part outwards.
The movement of the foot away from the midline of the body at the ankle joint. Also see pronation.
To turn outward.
Movement at the subtalar joint which turns the foot out.
Moving sole of foot away from medial plane
motion of a body part as it tilts away from the midline
movement of the foot in which the sole turns outward away from the midline
turning the inside out away from the midline, opposite of inversion.
A turning outward.
Turned inside out.
When a body part turns out, away from the body.
Action of the ankle turning outward.
Eversion is the movement of the sole of the foot away from the median plane.