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    congenital talipes equinovarus (clubfoot) + rocker-bottom deformity
     

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    Congenital talipes equinovarus.
     

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    Answer ; congenital talipes equinovarus

     

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    In the interest of completeness

    Diff types of talipes


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    The deformities in CTEVarus affecting joints of the foot occur at three joints of the foot to varying degrees. They are


    • 1) Inversion at subtalar joint
    • 2) Adduction at talonavicular joint and
    • 3) equinus and varus at ankle joint, that is, a plantar flexed position, making the foot tend towards toe walking.



    The deformities can be remembered using the mnemonic, "InAdEquate" for Inversion, Adduction and Equinus.

    annother mnemonic is the order in which the deformity is corrected via serial casting: CAVE: cavus, adduction, varus, equinus via the Ponseti method of serial casting
     

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