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Contact Us Online. Acquired conditions Acquired deformities of the foot, ankle and toe may be caused by: Trauma injury to the growth plate Trauma injury to joint surfaces Fracture malunions Neuromuscular deformities muscular dystrophies, Charcot-Marie Tooth disease, tethered cord, spasticity infection or tumors Congenital conditions Congenital foot, ankle and toe disorders have a genetic cause.
Foot Hooked foot: Also called metatarsus adductus, metatarsus varus, metatarsus adductovarus, and SKEW foot, in this disorder the foot is twisted inward in relation to the heel. Flatfoot: Also called pes planus, pes valgus, the arch of the foot is absent.
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There are several forms of flatfoot: Flexible flatfoot Flexible flatfoot with tight Achilles tendon Tarsal coalition, when the joints in the foot or heel fail to properly form during development Peroneal spastic flatfoot Vertical talus, a severe type of flat foot Calcaneovalgus foot: The foot is sharply angled at the heel and pointing upward; in some cases, the top of the foot touches the shinbone Accessory navicular: The navicular bone in the center of the foot above the arch collapses Cavus foot: A high-arched foot Haglund's deformity: A heel bone disorder Trevor's syndrome: Also known as epiphysealis dysplasia hemimelica, this disorder affects bone joints and is characterized by overgrowth of the cartilage on the end epiphysis of one or more of the long bones carpal or tarsal bones in the hand or foot.
Toes Hallux valgus and bunions: The great toe overlaps the second toe Bunions: Abnormal enlargements of the joint at the base of the great toe; they are the result of inflammation Hammer toes: Causes the toe's joints to buckle, cocking the toe upward Mallet toe: Causes the joint at the end of the toe to buckle. Claw toe: Involves abnormal positions of all three joints of the toe.
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Polydactyly: An extra toe. Apert's syndrome: Syndactyly fusion of the toes Brachydactyly: Congenitally short toes Missing toes Combination disorders Osteochondrosis osteochondritis dissecans : Affects bone formation in the epiphysis or growing part of the skeleton, and includes: Kohler's disease : Occurs when the foot's navicular bone loses its blood supply Freiberg's disease : The second metatarsal bone loses blood circulation and dies Growth anomalies Muscle imbalance deformities.
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Note that the extruded abdominal contents can be matted and covered by a thick fibrous material, but this membrane does not resemble skin. Skip directly to site content Skip directly to page options Skip directly to A-Z link. Birth Defects Surveillance Toolkit. Section Navigation. Congenital malformations and deformations of the musculoskeletal system.
Minus Related Pages. On this Page Congenital deformities of feet Reduction defects of upper limb Reduction defects of lower limb Congenital malformations of the musculoskeletal system, not elsewhere classified. Talipes equinovarus Q Congenital complete absence of upper limb s ; amelia of upper limb Q Complete or partial absence of both the forearm and hand. Complete or partial absence of the hand and finger s. Complete or partial absence or hypoplasia of the thumb. Complete or partial absence of the ulna.
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Congenital complete absence of lower limb s ; amelia of lower limb Q Complete or partial absence of the foot and toe s. Complete or partial absence of the femur. Complete or partial absence of the fibula.
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