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Possible Causes For Talipes varus deformity - Causes
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- 7 possible causes found
- Congenital, Developmental Disorders
- Talipes varus deformity
- Shprintzen-Goldberg craniosynostosis syndrome (15q21.1)
- Chondroectodermal dysp.(Ellis-Van Crev)
- Goldenhar syndrome
- Walker-Warburg syndrome (9q34.1)
- Hereditary, Familial, Genetic Disorders
- Scott's Craniodigital syndrome
- Abducted thumbs syndrome
- anomaly foot varus (congenital), Congenital clubfoot varus, Congenital pes varus, Congenital talipes varus, Congenital varus deform foot, Congenital varus deformities of foot, Congenital varus deformities of foot (disorder), Congenital varus deformity of foot, Congenital varus deformity of foot (disorder), Congenital varus deformity of foot unspecified, deformity foot varus congenital, foot anomaly varus (congenital), foot deformity varus congenital, Pes varus, Talipes varus, Talipes varus congenital, Varus deformities of feet ((congenital)), Varus deformities of feet congenital, Varus foot deformity, Varus foot deformity (disorder), varus talipes
Clubfoot with heel pointing inward, so angle is bowed at the ankle proper. Talipes means clubfoot deformity and varus or valgus modifier refers to the angle of the heel itself. Cavus and cavo- refer to the arch of the foot and equinus refers to the tip-toe position. The word calcaneus as modifier indicates severe dorsiflexion of the foot. CRM 2008
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- Harrison's Online (accessmedicine)
- NEJM (The New England Journal of Medicine)