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This symposium was held to review current management practices for congenital clubfoot in children and to analyze outcome in adults in order to propose the.
Clubfoot, also called talipes equinovarus, is a deformity that occurs at birth when the foot is turned inward and the bottom of the foot faces sideways. Congenital clubfoot can also return in adulthood if treatment was not fully successful during childhood. Adults with clubfoot may.
Clubfoot causes the tendons and ligaments to be too tight, causing the Older children and adults are often less flexible than babies and may.
Surgical correction of the neglected, and severely deformed clubfoot in the adult is necessary to achieve plantigrade, pain free, and cosmetically acceptable feet.