Translation of bunion in Spanish:

bunion

juanete, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈbənjən//ˈbʌnj(ə)n/

noun

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    juanete masculine
    • As a bunion progresses the joint of the toe that it is impacted can become inflamed and enlarged causing pain and ultimately causing the foot to become deformed.
    • In this position the Achilles tendon of the leading foot can be inserted in the gap between the big toe and the first lesser toe to help correct a bunion.
    • A bunion is a bony swelling on the side of the big toe.
    • The main reason why so many people have problems ranging from bunions to hammer toes is poor choice of shoes and their improper fit.
    • With no support of the toe box, the toes and ankles suffered causing ingrown toenails, bunions and arthritis.
    • However, women who wear ill-fitting shoes are liable to suffer in the long-term with blisters, bunions and joint pains.
    • Painful bunions make life miserable, but many doctors suggest leaving well alone rather than undergoing surgery.
    • Bunions - Poorly fitting shoes and heredity are the primary causes of bunions, an unsightly bump of bone on the side of the big toe joint.
    • In severe cases, excessive compensation at the level of the mediotarsal joint can lead to the development of bunions, hammertoes, and other disorders.
    • When a patient presents with foot pain, bunions, corns or plantar warts, the physician should instruct them in how to choose properly fitting shoes.
    • On the other hand, over-restrictive footwear can lead to the more serious problem of bunions: abnormal enlargements of the bottom joint of the big toe.
    • But Mrs Ruthven warns the fad could lead to corns, bunions, calluses, claw toes, hammer toes - even arthritis and lower back problems.
    • If your bunion is very painful, you should talk to your GP or podiatrist about this.
    • Congenital deformities and neuromuscular disorders, such as cerebral palsy, can also be linked to bunions.
    • Unlike a bunion, which affects only your big toe, hammertoe can affect any toe.
    • Aside from the aesthetic factor, bunions can be painful.
    • A bunion looks like a swollen, red, bony bump at the base of the big toe.
    • Neuropathy can also cause deformities such as bunions, hammer toes, and charcot feet.
    • It is not uncommon for athletes to suffer such ailments as stress fractures, runner's knee, bunions and blisters.
    • No sandals for anyone with hammer toes, bunions, or thick ankles.