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Dynamic plantar pressure measurement for the normal subject: free-mapping model for the analysis of pediatric foot deformities, Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics 25: 103-106.
In addition, 82% of women reported having foot pain, and 72% of women reported having one or more foot deformities.
"'Treat the foot deformities and associated diseases.
Turned-in foot (or Metatarsus Adductus, MTA) is one of the most common types of foot deformities, occurring in about two out of 1,000 births.
Common foot deformities such as bunions and hallux rigidus can also be a cause of increased pressure (Mayfield et al., 1998).
These persons should receive annual foot examinations to identify high-risk foot conditions (e.g., peripheral neuropathy, peripheral arterial disease, foot deformities, and history of ulcer or LEAs), and persons with one or more high-risk foot conditions should receive more frequent evaluations (6).
Recent data have suggested that maternal smoking increases the risk of foot deformities by a factor of 1.3-2.4.
Foot deformities, such as hammertoes and the collapse of the midfoot, may occur.
"We look for foot deformities and assess the condition of the toes and toenails, making sure there is no infection in or around the nail bed.
The arch gets little support and, if the toe box is narrow and pointed, the toes are squeezed together, leading to bunions and other foot deformities.
Wire meshed floors result in foot deformities while close confinement results in aggression, feather loss and sometimes cannibalism.