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CTEV, otherwise called congenital talipes equinovarus or clubfoot, is a condition where a newborn baby’s foot is internally rotated at the ankle. The other symptoms include underdeveloped calf muscles, the affected foot is shorter than the other, and tightening of Achilles tendon. Boy babies are more affected than girl babies. Here, tendons in the involved foot are shorter than usual. It can cause complications like limited mobility, the size of the foot is smaller, arthritis, and poor self-image. The treatment options include stretching and casting (Ponseti method) and surgery.
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