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Synonyms for clubfoot

congenital deformity of the foot usually marked by a curled shape or twisted position of the ankle and heel and toes

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New Delhi [India], November 1 ( ANI ): President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday urged all to take a national resolve that by 2022, every child born with clubfoot gets access to treatment as soon as the condition is diagnosed.
Long-term results of treatment of congenital clubfoot, J Bone Joint Surg Am.
com)-- A global leader in the treatment of clubfoot, CURE International India announced today it has successfully opened clubfoot clinics in all 29 Indian states—bringing the country one step closer to eliminating clubfoot as a lifelong disability by 2030.
We don't see it in the US or Europe because doctors correct it soon after birth, and clubfoot alumni include athletic superstars like Mia Hamm and Kristi Yamaguchi.
Objectives: While studies of patients undergoing the Ponseti method for idiopathic clubfoot demonstrate excellent correction after initial treatment, recurrence can occur in more than half of the cases.
Arthrogryposis is called an umbrella term because people with AMC can have a number of other diseases, such as a clubfoot, something that I have in my right foot.
Various theories proposed regarding the cause of clubfoot do not clearly indicate why the severity is seen in some cases.
Familial isolated clubfoot is associated with recurrent chromosome 17q23.
Caroline Williams, 30, and Andrew, 34, of The Staithes, Gateshead, knew from a 20-week scan that their son would be born with bilateral talipes - also known as clubfoot - but had no idea how their lives were about to change forever.
The preoperative examination revealed knee joint dislocations, clubfoot and unusual face (flat faces, high palate).
Asked what kind of problems they see in Cyprus, he said orthopaedic problems, problems with bones, joints and muscles, conditions such clubfoot, scoliosis, developmental displaced hip, deformities of legs and other conditions that affect growth and shape of children as they develop, neurological, including cerebral palsy.
Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of the Ponseti method of clubfoot management in neonates and infants and to see which factors affect outcome.
Positional clubfoot The foot is the normal size but is twisted, possibly due to compression of the baby in the womb.
He has undergone several operations as he also suffers with talapeze feet - also known as clubfoot - a condition shared by paralympic bronze medalist Daniel Greaves.
The medical issues the company specifically addresses are severe burns, clubfoot and blindness.