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A bunionectomy is a hallux _______ correction. A. varus B. rigidus C. malleus D. valgus
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User: A bunionectomy is a hallux _______ correction. A. varus B. rigidus C. malleus D. valgus





Weegy: A bunionectomy is a hallux D. valgus correction
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User: The acronym ORIF stands for A. open reduction with internal fixation. B. open reduction with imaging fluoroscopy. C. open release with internal fixation. D. open reduction of internal fracture.

Weegy: The acronym ORIF stands for A. open reduction with internal fixation.
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