Pes

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Pes

An ancient Roman unit of length approximately equivalent to 296 millimeters.
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The fact that cavus foot is more prone to injuries in general is not surprising, due to its less flexible structure.
The three main foot types include the normal foot (medium arch), the cavus foot (high arch), and the planus foot (low arch or flatfoot), and sprained ankles.
The patient develops a pes cavus foot, characterized by foot drop and hammer toes.