Podiatry Boards Part 2
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Dorsum of the foot is in contract with the anterolateral leg
In what position is the talus?
- Plantar flexed
- All angles of flat foot here
The casting and timing is the same as a club foot but?
- Foot is PF
- FF adducted
- RF neutral or inverted
Osseous procedures about the same as a flatfoot surgery?
What is the most rigid form of flat foot?
Verticle talus (Persian Slipper Foot)
What are some possible causes of veritcal talus?
- Spina bifida
- Chromosomal abnormality (trisomy)
- Neural tube defects
- Spinal muscular atriphy
In verticle talus what is the shape of the navicular?
Wedge, plantar atrophy
Verticle talus has severe PF of ankle joint or DF?
PF, tibia articulates with posterior 1/3 of the talus
What is palpable in the rockerbottom foot?
What is osteochondritis of the navicualr?
What trisomies are seen in verticle talus foot?
13, 15, 18
What causes intoeing?
- 1-3 y/o
- Interinal tibial torsion
- Met Addutucs
- >3 y/o
- Internal femoral torsion
What are common tx for tobial torsion?
- Sleeping positions
- Bars: Denis-Browne, Ganly Splint, Counter Rotation System
- Wheaton Telescoping Brace
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