Club foot


This is club foot which can be divided into position  anomalies as follows

  • Flexion anomaly- talipes equinus
  • Extension anomaly- talipes calcaneus
  • Eversion anomaly- talipes valgus
  • Inversion anomaly- talipes varus
  • Prominent arch- talipes cavus
  • Flexion-cum-inversion- talipes equinovarus
  • Flexion-cum-eversion- talipes equinovalgus
  • Extension-cum-eversion- talipes calcaneovalgus
  • Extension-cum-inversion- talipes calcaneovarus


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