club foot


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club foot

1. a congenital deformity of the foot, esp one in which the foot is twisted so that most of the weight rests on the heel
2. Nautical a boom attached to the foot of a jib
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Noah, from Walsall, was born with Talipese in his left foot - more commonly known as club foot.
The Coordinator of the workshop, Surgeon Faheem Ahmad Memon mentioned that Ponseti Technique is an easy and non surgical treatment and it is need of the hour to provide proper information to the public regarding the treatment of Club foot by Ponseti Technique as most of the people are not aware of this low cost and effective treatment for a deformity.
He added: "I was born with a club foot and as a baby it was not clear I would even be able to walk, never mind be a sportsman.
Catherine Brown with her son Alex, who suffers from club foot and >inspired her to turn her hand to children's fiction DAVE CHARLTON
S and Mexico border are sometimes born with a club foot, club hand, hip dysplasia, web hand, and similar orthopedic conditions.
Having suffered from polio as a child and with a club foot, he established the highly successful school cadet force, he raced around the sports field faster than anyone else, he shouted louder than anyone else, he demanded more from his pupils than anyone else.
Smith was: 2Born with a club foot and had to learn to walk in special plaster casts.
Kasabian will play hits from their previous albums including Shoot The Runner, Club Foot and Fire.
As a child, he suffered from polio and a double club foot, which required him to undergo a number of operations and wear calipers.
He's got a club foot, which is probably why he hung in the straight here .
CHICAGO: King Tutankhamen, the teen-aged pharaoh whose Egyptian tomb yielded dazzling treasures, limped around on tender bones and a club foot and probably died from malaria, researchers said on Tuesday.
Summary: Egypt's boy king Tutankhamun had a club foot and probably died from malaria, researchers have concluded.

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