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208 Possible Causes for Congenital Clubfoot, Kyphoscoliosis, Scoliosis

  • Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

    In some cases, orthopedic surgery is required to correct the scoliosis. This is a 15-year old girl with has scoliosis and Ehler’s-Danlos syndrome.[] […] dislocation of the hips Talipes equinovarus (clubfoot)[] […] develop kyphoscoliosis later in infancy.[]

  • Kyphoscoliosis

    Scoliosis and kyphoscoliosis Daniel J Bonthius Jr BS ( Mr.[] Major criteria are: Congenital multiple contractures, characteristically adduction-flexion contractures and/or talipes equinovarus (clubfoot); Characteristic craniofacial[] External links [ edit ] Media related to kyphoscoliosis at Wikimedia Commons[]

  • Alpha-Mannosidosis

    […] features are immune deficiency (manifested by recurrent infections, especially in the first decade of life), skeletal abnormalities (mild-to-moderate dysostosis multiplex, scoliosis[] Presentation was classic, viz. delayed speech, kyphoscoliosis and hearing loss at the age of 4 years.[] Coarse facial features and skeletal abnormalities such as scoliosis, kyphosis, pectus carinatum, genu valgum, and pes equinus may be noted at birth.[]

  • Hemivertebra

    The cause of the failure of the first operations for the congenital scoliosis due to hemivertebra is verified.[] A complete musculoskeletal examination looking for diagnoses such as clubfoot, developmental dysplasia of the hip, and limb anomalies is warranted.[] OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the efficacy of simultaneous anterior and posterior hemivertebra resection in the treatment of congenital kyphoscoliosis caused by fully-segmented hemivertebra[]

  • Congenital Contractural Arachnodactyly

    Affected individuals may have contractures, chest wall deformities, scoliosis, abnormal ear folding and elongated limbs.[] Distal arthrogryposis is a hereditary congenital joint contracture disorder, characterized by involvement of the hands and feet.[] ; Distal arthrogryposis type 9 Symptoms tall, slender body; arm span exceeds height; long, slender fingers and toes; kyphoscoliosis; crumpled ear; joint stiffness Usual onset[]

  • Scoliosis

    In late-onset infantile scoliosis, 90% females are affected. In idiopathic scoliosis, females are at a greater risk. The pathophysiology of scoliosis is still unclear.[] The child's limbs should be examined for any musculoskeletal abnormalities, such as a clubfoot or malformed hand/arm.[] Decision making regarding the appropriate fusion levels, proper surgical treatment, and reduction amount of kyphoscoliosis is very important but difficult in the treatment[]

  • Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome

    This child had undergone multiple surgical procedures for cleft palate, clubfeet, contractures of the hip and knee and scoliosis.[] Distal arthrogryposis is the most common known heritable cause of congenital contractures (e.g. clubfoot) and results from mutations in genes that encode proteins of the contractile[] On radiological evaluation kyphoscoliosis and oar blade shaped ribs arranged in centrifugal fashion was found.[]

  • Diastematomyelia

    Prior to surgery, any patient with scoliosis and with congenital anomalies of the spine should have myelography.[] […] also frequently have other associated anomalies including: Meningocoele Neurenteric cyst Dermoid Clubfoot Spinal cord lipoma Hemangioma overlying spine Imaging Antenatal[] Most cases are seen in association with other anomalies of the vertebral column such as spina bifida, kyphoscoliosis, butterfly vertebra, and hemivertebra.[]

  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta

    Spinal manifestations include scoliosis, kyphosis, craniocervical junction abnormalities, and lumbosacral pathology.[] This paper presents the case of a child with OI type IV who, at birth, was also diagnosed with a severe clubfoot (congenital talipes equinovarus) grade III.[] Respiratory complications secondary to kyphoscoliosis are common in individuals with severe osteogenesis imperfecta.[]

  • Bruck Syndrome

    He was seen at 16 months of age with femur and tibial fractures, thoracic vertebral compression fractures, scoliosis and Wormian bones.[] We present a new patient of this syndrome, with frequent fractures, congenital joint contractures, kyphoscoliosis, bilateral clubfoot, and pectus carinatum.[] The main features are osteoporosis, long bone bowing and scoliosis due to vertebral deformities and congenital joint contractures.[]

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