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76 Possible Causes for Congenital Clubfoot, Genu Valgum, Patellar Dislocation

  • Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

    Other problems related to the joint hypermobility are joint instability, foot deformities such as congenital clubfoot or pes planus, temporomandibular joint dysfunction, joint[] valgum, flat feet, elongated upper limbs, and low muscle tone were all evident.[] […] dislocation of the hips Talipes equinovarus (clubfoot)[]

  • Nail-Patella Syndrome

    Five of them required surgical treatment due to patellar dislocation and three patients were not treated.[] Orthopedic surgery may be necessary for congenital clubfoot deformity. Manipulation or surgery may be required to correct hip dislocation.[] Other features include: scoliosis genu valgum deformity (due to asymmetrical development of the femoral condyles) flared iliac crests open angle glaucoma 6 prominent tibial[]

  • Alpha-Mannosidosis

    View Article PubMed Google Scholar Hale SS, Bales JG, Rosenzweig S, Daroca P, Bennett JT: Bilateral patellar dislocation associated with alpha-mannosidase deficiency.[] Epiphyseal arthrodesis, for instance, is generally recommended to reduce the consequences of genu valgum.[] Patellar bilateral dislocation and severe synovial hypertrophy have also been described along with Charcot elbow and bilateral hip and elbow avascular necrosis in one patient[]

  • Congenital Genu Flexum

    […] of hip / Hip dysplasia Upington disease Coxa valga Coxa vara knee : Genu valgum Genu varum Genu recurvatum Discoid meniscus Congenital patellar dislocation Congenital knee[] The most common anomalies are represented by short femur and clubfoot.[] Genu Valgum is also known as knock knee.[]

  • Tibia Varum

    E CT in preparation for operative correction of torsion Rotational malalignment results in lateral patellar dislocations.[] Congenital asymmetric talipes Congenital clubfoot NOS Congenital talipes NOS Congenital tarsal coalition Hammer toe, congenital Tall stature, constitutional E34.4 ICD-10-CM[] […] reach the ground (can pronate or walk on the lateral side of the foot to get the medial side of the foot down) natural hx of valgoid stage age 2-6 years, some degree of genu[]

  • Patellofemoral Stress Syndrome

    dislocations, also known as kneecap dislocation limited range of motion in the elbow arthrodysplasia of the elbow, which is a genetic condition that affects joints dislocation[] Orthopedic surgery may be necessary for congenital clubfoot deformity. Manipulation or surgery may be required to correct hip dislocation.[] Increase knee valgus is also known as genu valgum or an increased Q angle.[]

  • Multiple Epiphyseal Dysplasia

    DLP may cause a variety of clinical problems, including anterior knee pain, clicking or locking, and patellar dislocation [ 2, 3 ].[] Individuals with rMED may exhibit additional congenital abnormalities such as scoliosis, clubfoot or cleft palate.[] Irregularity, segmentation of the epiphysis, widening of the joint space, and genu valgum deformity were the dominant findings before epiphyseal closure.[]

  • Patella Aplasia - Hypoplasia

    This report describes 12 years' follow-up after medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction surgery performed for bilateral recurrent patellar dislocation in a 29-year-old[] Foot and ankle reconstructive procedures for equinus, pes cavus, calcaneovalgus, congenital vertical talus, and clubfoot deformities 4.[] valgum, defective insertion of the infrapatellar ligament, and laxity of the supporting structures (Bensahel et al. 2000; Eilert 2001).[]

  • Knee Dislocation

    What Causes Patellar (Kneecap) Dislocation?[] Developmental dysplasia of hip and clubfoot are the commonly associated anomalies. 50% of patients with congenital knee dislocations will have hip dysplasia affect one or[] Some factors may predispose to patellar dislocation including: Generalized ligament laxity Shallow patellar groove on the femur Knocked knee (genu valgum) deformity Symptoms[]

  • Foot Deformity

    In addition to the classic tetrad of fingernail and toenail dysplasia, patellar aplasia, iliac horns, and radial head hypoplasia and dislocation, she also had scoliosis, proteinuria[] Several factors such as genetics, teratogenic drugs and chemicals can cause congenital deformities. Congenital clubfoot is a common and pediatric foot deformity.[] . • Other factors causing foot pronation, e.g. hip abductor weakness and genu valgum. 14.[]

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