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Nearly 80 percent of children born with clubfoot live in impoverished nations.
After the failure of the clubfoot operation, she can barely stand to be in the same room with him.
Although clubfoot is painless in a baby, treatment should begin immediately.
Typical clubfoot cases usually require 5 casts over 4 weeks.
They're actually better at tolerance than the Federation, except for this one clubfoot.
Beside me stood the young man with the clubfoot.
If your family has one child with clubfoot, the chances of a second infant having the condition increase.
A mild recurrence of clubfoot is common, even after successful treatment.
Even if she has a clubfoot and is subject to unpredictable seizures.
"My feet are fine, have always been fine, and I don't want to hear anything more about a clubfoot."
"The little clubfoot maintains that he can reduce the cost, though.
But with early treatment most children born with clubfoot are able to lead a normal life.
His name appears to mean some sort of physical deforming, possibly a clubfoot.
To make matters worse he was born with clubfoot and dyslexia.
There are different causes for clubfoot depending on what classification it is given.
The calf muscles in a leg with a clubfoot will also stay smaller.
Clubfoot and rocker bottom feet have also been reported.
Knot held up his right fist in the clubfoot signal of greeting.
"I can't remember anything about a clubfoot," said Thomas.
In a word, he is soft; and his clubfoot will continue to be a handicap."
Orris stepped forward, dragging his clubfoot a little as always.
Approximately half of people with clubfoot have it affect both feet, which is called bilateral club foot.
Leaving the obstetrician's office, my husband and I headed for a medical library to do research on clubfoot.
I have to make him understand, think past that tribal clubfoot he drags around."
Ultrasound done while a baby is in the womb can sometimes detect clubfoot.