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- technical term for claw foot (sense 2)
- ‘However, individuals with pes cavus are also potentially at risk.’
- ‘Individuals with pes planus (low arches or flat feet) or pes cavus (high arches) are at increased risk for developing plantar fasciitis.’
- ‘Conditions that increase tension on the plantar fascia and may cause pain include pes planus, pes cavus, and a tight Achilles tendon.’
- ‘If other members of the family have similar symptoms, pes cavus, or claw toes, the patient may have hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy.’
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