talipes


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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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At delivery, the infant had a birthweight of 2,025 g and head circumference of 28.5 cm (z-score -4.3) and was noted to have arthrogryposis involving the hips, ankles, and wrists, as well as bilateral talipes equinovarus.
Does the Ponseti technique affect the vascular development in patients with congenital talipes equinovarus?
A detailed linkage map of medaka, Oryzias talipes: comparative genomics and genome evolution.
Birth anomalies were described as follows, based on the criteria of the 10th revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-10): talipes equinovarus (n = 1), polydactyly (n = 1), syndactyly (n = 1), other congenital anomaly of the foot (n = 2), Down syndrome (n = 3), macrocephaly (n = 1), unspecified syndrome (n = 1), spina bifida (n = 1), unspecified brain abnormality (n = 1), congenital anomaly of male genital tract (n = 1), unspecified head and neck abnormality (n = 2), and multiple malformations (n = 1).
Also we identified severe muscle hypotonia associated with skeletal anomalies: severe chest hypoplasia, curved short upper and lower limbs, talipes equinovarus.
In Gilded Age America, physical therapies and dietetics had become a mainstay in the management of conditions like hysteria, nervous exhaustion and neurasthenia (Williams et al., 2004), while other patients with conditions as diverse as sciatica, obesity, talipes, melancholia, anorexia, dropsy and fractures were routinely massaged.
Las anomalias notificadas se agruparon por tipos para su analisis, de las cuales las mas frecuentes fueron las anomalias de miembros (16,5 %): polidactilias, sindactilias, talipes, anomalias por reduccion de miembros, entre otros; seguidas de las anomalias del sistema nervioso central (11,8 %), que comprenden anencefalia, espina bifida, hidrocefalia, microcefalia, entre otras anomalias estructurales, y en tercer lugar se encontraron las cardiopatias congenitas (11,2 %) y la categoria de polimalformados (11,0 %).
Duffy, "Plantar pressures in children with congenital talipes equino varus-A comparison between surgical management and the Ponseti technique," Gait and Posture, vol.
Bilateral ACL agenesis has been associated with other abnormalities, including proximal focal femoral deficiency [1], tibial or fibular dysplasia [8], subluxation or dislocation of the patella [8], ligament hyperlaxity [8], congenital talipes equinovarus, fibular hemimelia [1], agenesis or hypoplasia ofthe patella [9], hip dysplasia or dislocation [9], and scoliosis [10].
After birth, she did not require any resuscitation or special care but was found to have positional talipes. At birth, her length was 49.6 cm (>75th centile) and head circumference 33 cm (50th centile).