CTEVCongenital Talipes Equino Varus
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The patient is undergoing treatment with serial casting for bilateral CTEV at present.
This study may be helpful to surgeons for surgical interventions for the treatment of talar neck fractures, for designing talar body prostheses, and for aligning the bones in the treatment of CTEV and to the forensic anthropologists.
Untreated CTEV and its recurrence will result in long-term disability and deformity.
After achieving plantigrade foot, we prescribe a specially designed CTEV shoe and splint.
Skeletal annerule revealed unduly tall height with tall slender fingers and toe with bilateral CTEV. Keel pectus carinatum, extreme scoliosis, varus deformity both feet.
MATERIAL AND METHODS: The clinical material is composed of 18 children with rigid clubfoot (CTEV) who were admitted and treated in Osmania General Hospital, Hyderabad during the period from Nov 2001 to April 2004.
Though congenital talipes equinovarus (CTEV) the commonest form of clubfoot, exists from time immemorial, its etiology is unkown, pathology is complex and management is full of controversies.
% Dandy walker cyst + Bladder Outlet Obstruction 1 11.10 Corpus Callosal Agenesis + Bilateral HDN 1 11.10 Dandy Walker Cyst + Haemangioma 1 11.10 Cloacal Extropy + CTEV 1 11.10 Anophthalmia +Bilateral HDN 1 11.10 Fetal Ascites + Microcephalus 2 22.25 CHD + Limb Defects 2 22.25 Total 9 100 Distribution of Miscellaneous Defects: Distribution of Miscellaneous defects seen in 7 cases (4.8%).
Though CTEV exists from the time immemorial, its etiology is unknown, pathology is complex and management is full of controversies.
(4-10) Tenotomy of the tendo-achillis is essential to correct the equinus deformity to gain dorsiflexion and required in almost 85% of cases of Congenital Talipes Equino Varus (CTEV) treated with Ponseti technique.