The first object is to close the wound, but unless in eversion of the womb this is practically impossible.
When the eversion is more pronounced, the sole looks laterally and the tendons of the peronei stand out in relief.
The one below this was at some past period the eversion of the margin at what was at that time the extremity.
Finally, eversion of the womb (casting the withers) is an occasional cause of flooding.
They may be the result either of forcible abduction or eversion of the foot, or of inversion or adduction.
This failing, a truss may be applied as for eversion of the womb, and worn until the period of calving approaches.
There are two between the astragalus and calcaneum, and at these inversion and eversion of the foot largely occur.
The child complains more, and usually exhibits the attitude of abduction, eversion, and flexion (Fig. 109).
eversion of the foot, the inner side of the foot resting on the ground.
The eversion of the leg is probably associated with contraction of the biceps muscle.
eversion e·ver·sion (ĭ-vûr'zhən, -shən)
A turning outward, as of the eyelid.