There was no significant difference between the incidence of moderate and severe (angle > 15[degrees]) varus and valgus knee deformity between the two cohorts, which were compared in the study.
What does V-V stand for?
V-V stands for varus and valgus
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- Voice-Related Quality of Life
- Vesicle-Soluble NSF (N-Ethylmaleimide-Sensitive Factor) Attachment Protein Receptor
- Voltage-Actuated Sensory Nerve Conduction Threshold
- Victory Specification (Nissan)
- Ventricular Tachycardia
- Ventricular Tachycardia (also seen as VT; cardiology)
- Visual-Text Art Venue (online art gallery)
- Virtual Uplink Beamforming and Power Control Technique
- Virtual-User Network Interface
- Visual Presentation-Visual Recognition
- CCITT Standard Protocol for Analog Circuits
- Standard protocol for 9600 bps modem speed
- Modem connection protocol, allowing for speeds up to 33,600 bps
- Balanced Interface for High-Speed Serial Transmission
- ITU standard for modem error checking
- Modem connection protocol; allowing for speeds up to 56Kbps using standard (analog) phone line
- V.Fast Class
- Viale (Italian: Avenue, Boulevard)
- Version X
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Statistical analysis Data were assessed for parametric assumptions and then paired sample T-tests were used to determine if there were differences in peak external knee varus and valgus moment between foot rotation conditions (significance level = 0.
This test also allows for further evaluation of varus and valgus conditions, either of which could be behind pronation or other foot problems.
Changes in FPmax were observed in both varus and valgus directions.
The knee was stable to varus and valgus stress testing at both 0[degrees] and 30[degrees].
Varus and valgus laxity testing should be performed in full extension and then at 30[degrees] of flexion to isolate the collateral ligaments.
Discussion of the knee is continued in an article on sagittal/coronal biomechanics and varus and valgus knee resulting in lower limb malalignment.
7) Coronal Plane Biomechanics The GRF not only has an effect in the sagittal plane, but it also exerts an effect in the coronal plane, where it wields varus and valgus forces on the knee.