Tarsal Synostosis: Introduction
Tarsal Synostosis: A medical term for the abnormal fusion of two or more tarsal bones to make a single bone. The tarsal bones are the bones that make up the hindfoot.
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causes, and treatments of Tarsal Synostosis is available below.
Symptoms of Tarsal Synostosis
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symptoms of Tarsal Synostosis
Treatments for Tarsal Synostosis
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treatments for Tarsal Synostosis
Wrongly Diagnosed with Tarsal Synostosis?
Causes of Tarsal Synostosis
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causes of Tarsal Synostosis
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