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Metatarsus adductus

Metatarsus adductus: Introduction

Metatarsus adductus: A foot deformity that occurs at birth. The bones in the middle of the foot are bent inwards making the front half of the foot turn inwards. It is most likely caused by the position of the fetus while in the womb. The severity of the condition is variable with some cases resolving on their own whereas others require casts to realign the foot. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Metatarsus adductus is available below.

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