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99 Possible Causes for Equinovalgus, Foot Deformity

  • Fibular Hemimelia

    Abstract Fibular hemimelia is associated with an equinovalgus deformity of the foot and ankle and different degrees of wedging of the distal tibial epiphysis.[] The deformity results into an equinovalgus position of the foot and ankle and frequently consecutive dislocation of the foot.[] Herein, we report a FH case associated with foot equinovalgus, and absence of the fourth and fifth foot rays diagnosed at 24 weeks' gestation.[]

  • Congenital Vertical Talus

    […] heel cord, peroneals, anterior tibial muscles and toe extensors are contracted Clinically Plantar aspect of the foot is convex; "rocker- bottom" foot Hindfood is in fixed equinovalgus[] If left untreated, this foot deformity results in a painful and rigid flatfoot with weak push-off power.[] Hindfoot equinovalgus, a convex plantar surface, midfoot and forefoot dorsiflexion and abduction, and rigidity are present.[]

  • Hemimelia

    . • Type 3A- the fixed equinovalgus , due to a malorientation of the ankle joint. • Type 3B- the fixed equinovalgus deformity, due to a malunited subtalar coalition. 11.[] […] correct the foot and knee deformities and to equalize the limbs lengths [ 11 - 13 ].[] This malorientation points the foot towards the outside (lateral) and down (posterior), creating what is called an equinovalgus deformity.[]

  • Talipes Calcaneovalgus

    Talipes equinovalgus talipes equinovalgus talipes e·qui·no·val·gus (ĭ-kwī’nō-vāl’gəs, ěk’wə-) n.[] The nomenclature of the foot deformities is somewhat ambiguous.[] […] calcaneoexcavatus : 跟骨塌陷畸形足... details talipes calcaneovarus : 仰趾内翻足... details talipes calcaneus : 跟骨畸形足; 跟足; 仰趾足... details talipes cavus : 高弓足; 弓形足, 瓜形足... details talipes equinovalgus[]

  • Congenital Neuropathy with Arthrogryposis Multiplex

    […] spasticity (1 of 4 patients) Skeletal: joint contractures arthrogryposis Skeletal Pelvis: dislocation of the hips limited hip flexion Skeletal Feet: equinus calcaneovalgus equinovalgus[] The purpose of this study was to evaluate the association between level of lesion and foot deformity. Edward C.[] Congenital vertical talus, isolated equinus deformity, congenital metatarsus adductus, pes equinovalgus, or pes calcaneovalgus are occasionally seen as well. 2 Deep grooves[]

  • Talipes Cavus

    Read Also: Talipes equinovalgus talipes equinovalgus talipes e·qui·no·val·gus (ĭ-kwī’nō-vāl’gəs, ěk’wə-) n.[] deformities, from an orthopedic standpoint.[] — the turning of the heel outward; • 754.62, Talipes calcaneovalgus — the turning outward of the foot with the turning upward of the toes and forefoot; • 754.69, Talipes equinovalgus[]

  • Mesomelic Dysplasia, Savarirayan Type

    […] of the anterior fontanelle ; Dislocated radial head ; Fibular aplasia ; Global developmental delay ; Hip dislocation ; Mesomelia ; Short stature ; Short tibia ; Talipes equinovalgus[] Abnormal feet morphology Abnormality of the feet Foot deformities Foot deformity [ more ] 0001760 Abnormality of the thorax Abnormality of the chest 0000765 Autosomal dominant[] […] closing of soft spot of skull 0001476 Dislocated radial head 0003083 Global developmental delay 0001263 Short tibia Short shinbone Short skankbone [ more ] 0005736 Talipes equinovalgus[]

  • Planovalgus

    Study participants were 6 years old, had a diagnosis of CP, good functional abilities (Gross Motor Function Classification System level 1 or 2), equinovalgus (initial contact[] Abstract Planovalgus foot deformity is common in children with cerebral palsy. Several pathologies contribute to the deformity.[] […] review based on the documentation you have or can query the Doctor. 754.51 Talipes equinovarus (congenital) 754.60 Talipes valgus 754.61 Congenital pes planus 754.69-other- equinovalgus[]

  • Congenital Metatarsus Varus

    […] unspecified 1 Congenital pes planus Congenital rocker bottom flat foot Flat foot, congenital Excludes: pes planus (acquired) (734) 2 Talipes calcaneovalgus 9 Other Talipes: equinovalgus[] deformities, from an orthopedic standpoint.[] It is suggested that metatarsus varus may be a deformity which occurs on a maximally dorsiflexed foot and that the primary mechanism of the forefoot deformity is a subluxation[]

  • Rigid Flat Foot

    Common indications for surgery are: Cerebral palsy with an equinovalgus foot, to prevent progression and breakdown of the midfoot.[] deformity?[] Progressive talipes equinovalgus due to trauma or degeneration of the posterior tibial tendon and medial plantar ligaments. Orthop Clin North Am . 1974 Jan. 5(1):39-51.[]

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