Club Foot Research Paper

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Club Foot is also called Congenital Talipes Equinovarus (CTEV). The affected foot looks like it has been rotated internally at the ankle. People with Club Feet walk on their ankles or on the sides of their feet. With treatment a majority of patients recover completely during a early age of childhood, and can walk and participate in athletics just as well as people that were born without CTEV. Later in their lifetime patients with Club Foot will experience pain and limited mobility. Club Foot is a common birth defect that happens in about one in 1,000 births. About half the people who get Club Foot have it affect both of their feet. When you do have it in both feet, it is called bilateral club foot. It happens to males more than it happens to
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