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Child with club foot at risk for other birth defects?
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Dr. Vipin Bhavsar
Pediatrics - Neonatology
3 doctors agree
In brief: No
Club feet are due to unusual position in uterus and leads to deformity.
It may associated with other positional deformity;but no other chromosome abnormality.

In brief: No
Club feet are due to unusual position in uterus and leads to deformity.
It may associated with other positional deformity;but no other chromosome abnormality.
Dr. Vipin Bhavsar
Dr. Vipin Bhavsar
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Dr. Robin Ohls
Pediatrics - Neonatology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
A club foot occurs in approximately 1:1000 births, more commonly in males.
Structural club feet can be associated with genetic disorders such as trisomy 18, connective tissue disorders such as ehlers danlos syndrome, and congenital nervous system disorders such as arthrogryposis or spina bifida. It can run in families, and is associated with other anomalies approximately 10% of the time.

In brief: Yes
A club foot occurs in approximately 1:1000 births, more commonly in males.
Structural club feet can be associated with genetic disorders such as trisomy 18, connective tissue disorders such as ehlers danlos syndrome, and congenital nervous system disorders such as arthrogryposis or spina bifida. It can run in families, and is associated with other anomalies approximately 10% of the time.
Dr. Robin Ohls
Dr. Robin Ohls
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