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Causes of Outtoeing in children

This section discusses 12 medical conditions causing Outtoeing in children. A simple discussion of these causes with additional information is below.

Causes of Outtoeing in children:

The following medical conditions are some of the possible causes of Outtoeing in children. There are likely to be other possible causes, so ask your doctor about your symptoms.

  • Spasticity
  • Calcaneovalgus foot
  • Hypermobile pes planus
  • Femoral retroversion

Causes in Children: Outtoeing in children

Some of the causes in children for Outtoeing in children may include:

  • Femoral retroversion
  • External tibial torsion
  • Slipped capital femoral epiphysis
  • Calcaneovalgus foot
  • Spasticity
  • Hypermobile pes planus
  • Everted flat feet
  • Triceps surae muscle contracture (as in cerebral palsy)
  • Rocker-bottom feet
  • Congenital absence of fibula
  • Maldirection of acetabulum
  • Congenital equinovalus deformity

More Information About Outtoeing in children

List of 12 causes of Outtoeing in children

This section shows a full list of all the diseases and conditions listed as a possible cause of Outtoeing in children in our database from various sources.

  • Calcaneovalgus foot
  • Congenital absence of fibula
  • Congenital equinovalus deformity
  • Everted flat feet
  • External tibial torsion
  • Femoral retroversion
  • Hypermobile pes planus
  • Maldirection of acetabulum
  • Rocker-bottom feet
  • Slipped capital femoral epiphysis
  • Spasticity
  • Triceps surae muscle contracture (as in cerebral palsy)
 

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