Valgus of the foot

Could someone with a valgus foot exhibit a normal footprint when taking the wet footprint test? This is apparently due to the person walking/standing on the outer edge of the foot, which also gives the appearance of the subject having seemingly normal longitudinal arches, yet the feet are in a valgus position (i.e. talus is not in a straight line, ankles are protruding and, wen looking from back, “too many toes” can be seen from the side).

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Valgus of the foot

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