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If you have a club foot, are you also more likely to have other leg development problems?
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Dr. Cristina Carballo
Pediatrics - Neonatology
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In brief: Usually not
Club foot is usually an isolated deformity, although it can be associated with meningomyelocele most frequently.
Sometimes, what appears to be a true club foot is actually a deformation from position in utero that is reversible without surgery.

In brief: Usually not
Club foot is usually an isolated deformity, although it can be associated with meningomyelocele most frequently.
Sometimes, what appears to be a true club foot is actually a deformation from position in utero that is reversible without surgery.
Dr. Cristina Carballo
Dr. Cristina Carballo
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In brief: Club foot
Club foot is a birth defect that occurs in 1 out of 1000 births in the us with boys being twice as affected as girls.
There is no way to determine if a new born will have a club foot unless a sibling had the same disorder. In such an instance, there is a 2.5% chance of another sibling having a club foot. Usually the opposite foot is normal, but there can be mild cases of metatarsus adductus.

In brief: Club foot
Club foot is a birth defect that occurs in 1 out of 1000 births in the us with boys being twice as affected as girls.
There is no way to determine if a new born will have a club foot unless a sibling had the same disorder. In such an instance, there is a 2.5% chance of another sibling having a club foot. Usually the opposite foot is normal, but there can be mild cases of metatarsus adductus.
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