Talipes Equinovarus (Club Foot)

Talipes equinovarus is a deformity of the foot and ankle commonly found at birth (the foot is fully plantar-flexed and there is midtarsal adduction causing a varus deformity). It is estimated to affect 1...

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The limping child

Introduction The limping or non-weight bearing child is a common general practice and emergency department presentation, that can cause a lot of stress for parents. There are also a wide range of differentials, although...

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Trigger Finger

Overview Trigger finger (and trigger thumb) is a type of flexor tenosynovitis. It is a relatively common disorder – with a lifetime risk of about 2.5%. It is most common around the age of 40-60. Predisposing...

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