talipes equinovarus


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talipes equinovarus

[¦tal·ə‚pēz ‚ek·wi·no′va·rəs]
(medicine)
The most common form of clubfoot, characterized by an extreme turning down and under of the foot, it is seen more often in boys and tends to affect one foot only.
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The neonate was noted to have arthrogryposis involving the hips, wrists, and ankles, as well as bilateral talipes equinovarus. A head ultrasound confirmed the prior fetal intracranial findings, and chest radiograph revealed an elevated right hemidiaphragm (Figure, panel C).
Caption: Figure 1: Coarse facial features with midface retraction, frontal bossing, bitemporal narrowing, wide anterior fontanel, low nasal bridge, abdominal distention, and bilateral talipes equinovarus are shown in physical characteristics of the baby.
Down syndrome 1 236 Talipes equinovarus 1 087 Cleft lip and/or palate 943 NTDs 787 Albinism 344 Multiple priority CDs 290 FAS 73 Note: Table made from bar graph.
First Pelvic tilt Hip joint involvement symptoms contractures, feet deformities 1 LW -- -- 2 LW -- -- 3 GW -- -- 4 IMD 40[degrees] right Hip dysplasia/ luxation right Pes equinus 5 IMD 35[degrees] left Hip dysplasia/ luxation left + right Hip + knee flexor contractures Pes planovalgus 6 LW 40[degrees] right Hip dysplasia left + right Hip + knee flexor contractures 7 LW 60[degrees] left Talipes equinovarus 8 IMD -- Pes equinus Pat.
Genetic and environmental factors in the etiology of talipes equinovarus. Clin Orthopaed Related Res 1972;84:9-13.
Bilateral talipes equinovarus deformity of the feet is present in all cases.
Additional characteristics of the condition are camptodactyly (flexion of fingers) with ulnar deviation, talipes equinovarus (1) and contractures that limit mobility of the neck, making intubation very difficult (6-8).
This uncommon syndrome with variable expression is most often characterized by abnormal facies, resistant talipes equinovarus, and flexion contraction of the fingers with ulnar deviation.