club foot


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club foot

(ˌklʌbˈfʊt) or

clubfoot

n
1. (Pathology) a congenital deformity of the foot, esp one in which the foot is twisted so that most of the weight rests on the heel. Technical name: talipes
2. (Pathology) a foot so deformed
3. (Nautical Terms) nautical a boom attached to the foot of a jib
ˌclub-ˈfooted adj
Translations
pied botpied-bot

club foot

n (Med) → piede m affetto da talismo

club foot

n. L. Talipes Equinovarus, pie torcido,
pop. patizambo, slang chueco.
References in classic literature ?
His wiry iron-gray hair looked like hair standing on end; his bushy eyebrows curled upward toward his narrow temples; his horrid old globular eyes stared with a wicked brightness; his pointed beard hid his chin; he was covered from his throat to his ankles in a loose black garment, something between a coat and a cloak; and, to complete him, he had a club foot. I don't doubt that Sir Jervis Redwood is the earthly alias which he finds convenient--but I stick to that first impression which appeared to surprise you.
Luke has lived with a talipes, or club foot, since birth and it means his left foot doesn't have a full range of rotation.
TIMERGARA -- Medical experts said at a training workshop here on Sunday that club foot deformity in children could be easily cured, but very few people knew about its treatment.
Bursting on to the stage like an explosion, the rockers launched into old favourite Club Foot and the bombastic Ill Ray (The King).
PESHAWAR -- Club Foot Home will use the Ponseti method for correction of club feet
Peshawar -- Club Foot Home will use the Ponseti method for correction of club feet as it is stated to have 95% success rate.
Mum's weighed down with a club foot and a hunchback which emphasise the collision of reality and fantasy which lie at the heart of the script by director Deborah Haywood.
The role of the Pirani scoring system in the management of club foot by the Ponseti method.
Congenital talipes equinovarus or club foot is a common orthopedic anomaly afflicting the pediatric population.
"He wasn't a lot to start with because he had funny old feet, like a club foot," recalled John Bridger, who bred Pharoh Jake and has trained him from the start.
Expect all the hits from Club Foot to Underdog and an electric party atmosphere.

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