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92 Possible Causes for Genu Recurvatum, Low Back Pain, Pes Valgus

  • Spinal Cord Lesion

    Lumbar lordosis and genu recurvatum may develop as extended pelvis and extended knee becomes necessary during ambulation.[] Red flags See also separate Neck Pain (Cervicalgia) and Torticollis and Low Back Pain and Sciatica articles.[] It can cause low back pain, weakness or paralysis in the lower limbs, loss of sensation, bowel and bladder dysfunction, and loss of reflexes.[]

  • Talipes Cavus

    recurvatum 754.41 Congenital dislocation of knee (with genu recurvatum) 754.42 Congenital bowing of femur 754.43 Congenital bowing of tibia and fibula 754.44 Congenital bowing[] Case history of a patient with low back pain and cavus feet. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 1980; 70: 299-301 Aktas S, Sussman MD.[] Unlike pes planus, in which the arch collapses on the sagittal plane thereby losing its vault-like structure, in talipes cavus-valgus the arch topples over but maintains its[]

  • Congenital Metatarsus Varus

    recurvatum and bowing of long bones of leg 0 Genu recurvatum 1 Congenital dislocation of knee (with genu recurvatum) 2 Congenital bowing of femur 3 Congenital bowing of tibia[] Pes Valgus Disorders 799 Subtalar Joint Arthroereisis 901 Metatarsus Adductus and Allied Disorders 915 Clubfoot 943 Congenital Convex Pes Piano Valgus 975 Tarsal Coalition[] Foot function and low back pain. Foot 1999; 9:175–80. 38 Alonso-Vázquez A, Villarroya MA, Franco MA, Asín J, Calvo B.[]

  • Marfan Syndrome

    recurvatum (backward curvature of the legs at the knees), pes planus (flat feet), kyphoscoliosis, and diaphragmatic and inguinal hernias.[] planus hallux valgus clubfoot chest wall deformities (present in up to 2/3 of cases 2 ) pectus excavatum pectus carinatum ocular ectopia lentis myopia cardiovascular aortic[] For patients with Marfan syndrome who present with radicular low back pain, interventional spine providers should be familiar with dural ectasia with variable diffuse thinning[]

  • Talipes Calcaneovalgus

    This uncommon finding has the same appearance as genu recurvatum.[] planus foot 1) navicullar unossified 2) Kites angle LARGER than older child 3) FF not abducted 4) no significant lateral talocalcaneal overlap 5) on lateral xray, talar bisection[] […] when walking or running for any length of time Difficulty standing on tiptoe Problem with shoes; wearing shoes hurt the child’s feet when it shouldn’t Pain in the low back[]

  • Foot Deformity

    WHAT IS CONGENITAL GENU RECURVATUM DISEASE? Genu recurvatum loosely translates as 'backward-bending knee.'[] RESULTS: Fifty-nine patients had bilateral pes planus, hallux valgus, or both.[] . – Knee pain – PP may reduce the shock-absorbing features of the foot, potentially contributing to low back pain.3 22.[]

  • Spastic Flat Foot

    Measurements of knee alignment in the coronal plane (Figure 7) revealed that in 92.1% of feet no knee malalignment was present, in 5% genu varum was present, and in 3% genu[] Pes Valgus Disorders 799 Subtalar Joint Arthroereisis 901 Metatarsus Adductus and Allied Disorders 915 Clubfoot 943 Congenital Convex Pes Piano Valgus 975 Tarsal Coalition[] (causing higher incidence of low back pain); - in contrast, a cavus foot may actually be somewhat protective of stress related low back pain; - etiology / cause of adult[]

  • Tibia Varum

    recurvatum, tibiofemoral angle, and foot pronation decreased with maturation.[] It may be produced by Congenital vertical talus (congenital convex pes valgus or teratological dorsolateral dislocation of talocalenaeo- navicular joint) which may be present[] Spondylolysis is a defect or crack in the back part of the vertebra, which causes back pain.[]

  • Postural Defect

    In prolonged conditions, the result is often the development of distinct knee hyperextension (genu recurvatum) that is most difficult to correct without the use of a check[] In the case of the congenital vertical talus (synonyms: congenital pes planus or ‘rocker bottom’ foot, vertical talipes or convex pes valgus) there is severe malformation[] ., Educational approaches to management of low back pain. Orthop Nurs, 1989, 8 (1), 43-46 2.[]

  • Congenital Absence of Thigh and Lower Leg with Foot Present

    : · valgum · varum Rudimentary patella Excludes: congenital: · dislocation of knee ( Q68.2 ) · genu recurvatum ( Q68.2 ) nail patella syndrome ( Q87.2 ) Q74.2 Other congenital[] planus, unspecified foot Q6651Congenital pes planus, right foot Q6652Congenital pes planus, left foot Q666Other congenital valgus deformities of feet Q667Congenital pes cavus[] […] of low back pain.[]

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