talipes


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Related to talipes: talipes calcaneus, talipes valgus, talipes equinovalgus, talipes varus

talipes:

see clubfootclubfoot
or talipes
, deformity in which the foot is twisted out of position. Maldevelopment is usually congenital, although it can result from injury or disease (e.g., poliomyelitis) after birth. It can affect one or both feet.
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talipes

[′tal·ə‚pēz]
(medicine)
Any of several foot deformities, especially of congenital origin.
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Congenital talipes in Malaysian neonates: Incidence, pattern and associated factors.
Sex Delivery outcome m f Polydactyly 50 25 Talipes 12 12 Genurecurvatum 04 05 Achrondroplasia 06 00 Intra-uterine amputation 01 02 (amniotic bands) 02 Syndactyly 02 01 Craniovertebral anomaly 01 00 Amelia upper limbs 01 00 Osteogenesis imperfects 00 00 Hypoplastic femur 00 01 Hypoplastic mandible (severe) 00 01 Oxycephaly 00 01 N 79 48 rate per Delivery outcome 1000 births freq Polydactyly 10.
She had very small nostrils, hearing aids in both ears, a short webbed neck with no mobility of head on neck, pectus excavatum deformity of the thoracic cage, severe kyphoscoliosis, ulnar deviation of the wrist and severe talipes equinovarus.
Talin, who attends Dunston Hill Nursery, was born with severe talipes - also known as club foot - which is when the foot appears rotated internally at the ankle.
12] Neither the absence of talipes nor the presence of leg movement in utero predicts normal motor function.
Little Talin Tremlett, a 19-month-old from Gateshead, was born with severe talipes - or club foot - which is when the foot appears rotated internally at the ankle.
The youngster has a range of chronic disabilities including, microcephaly, global development delay, low white matter and myelin levels in brain, West Syndrome, spasticity, visual impairment, talipes (club foot), strabismus (crossed eyes), face sensitivity, gastroesophageal reflux disease and osteoporosis.
A mother-of-four and grandmother of one, aged in her 50s, Sally did not have the easiest start in life when she was born with talipes, an extreme form of club foot, and she had eight years of treatment.
Clubfoot deformity, or talipes equinovarus, can be associated with tibial hemimelia, including hypoplastic tibia, Weber type I (Fig.
Mrs Gill's own mobility is impaired by asthma and epilepsy, while Hayley also struggles to negotiate stairs having suffered from talipes (a rare club foot disorder) since birth.
Simian cizgisi, hipertelorizm, dusuk kulak, skin tag, yuksek damak, bifid uvula, timus displazisi, umblikal veya inguinal herni, malrotasyon, megakolon, diastasis rekti, renal anomalilerden atnali bobrek, renal ektopi, veya agenezi, hidronefroz, ekstremite anomalilerinden klinodaktili, talipes ekinovarus, pes planus, sindaktili ve eklemlerde gevseklik gorulebilir (9).
Quite a number of them were treated for talipes, popularly known as club foot.