A deformity in which the foot is turned inward. See Talipes.
inward angulation of the knee joint
Deformity in bone, such as when knees are bowed out, and the ankles are close in. Turned inward.
Deformity of the foot resulting in the inward rotation of the plantar surface, or sole, of the foot so that it faces toward the median, or midline, of the body.
turned inward; especially of a deformity in which part of a limb is twisted toward the center of the body; "varus deformities of the hand"
Latin = bow-legged.
An anatomical description of a body part which is angled towards the mid line of the body. A Varus knee position is commonly called the 'bow legged' position.
Bent inward; toward the midline of the body distal to joint described
Angulation inward and toward the midline of the body.
deformity involving inward turning of the foot.
Turning inward, e.g. talipes varus, in which there is inward turning of the foot.
Bending or turning inward towards the midline of the body.
Angulation of a bone towards the midline.