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Can you tell me more about bone curvation(metatarsus adductus) in a female patient?

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Metatarsus adductus in a female is no different than in a male.
It is where the metatarsal bones turn inward (towards the middle of the body). The deformity occurs at the metatarsal-cuneiform joint. It is a deformity from birth.

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Metatarsus adductus in a female is no different than in a male.
It is where the metatarsal bones turn inward (towards the middle of the body). The deformity occurs at the metatarsal-cuneiform joint. It is a deformity from birth.
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