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[OCOSH Code: D005413 53226007 M21.4 Q66.5 FD_FF]

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Calcaneo Valgus Deformity (4)
Internet reources relating to Calcaneo Valgus Deformity
MeSH Search Term "Flatfoot"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code Q66.4 Talipes calcaneovalgus
SNOMED-CT Term Talipes calcaneovalgus (disorder) Concept ID: 31668003
OCOSH Code: D005413 31668003 Q66.4 FD_FF_CV
Plano Valgus Flatfoot (4)
Plano Valgus Flatfoot. The common form of flat foot. The flattened arch is corrected when the patient rises on tiptoe. Sometimes called mobile flatfoot.
MeSH Search Term "Flatfoot"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code Q66.5 Congenital pes planus
SNOMED-CT Term Hypermobile flat foot (disorder) Concept ID: 203531001
OCOSH Code: D005413 203531001 Q66.5 FD_FF_PV
Spastic Flatfoot (0)
Peroneal Spastic Flatfoot
MeSH Search Term "Flatfoot"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code Q66.5 Congenital pes planus
SNOMED-CT Term Acquired spastic flat foot (disorder) Concept ID: 90374001
Synonyms - Acquired spastic flat foot
Acquired rigid flat foot
Acquired spastic flat foot (disorder)
OCOSH Code: D005413 90374001 Q66.5 FD_FF_S
Tarsal Coalition (7)
Tarsal Coalition
MeSH Search Term "Flatfoot"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code Q66.8 Other congenital deformities of feet
SNOMED-CT Term Tarsal coalitions (disorder) Concept ID: 27173008
Synonyms - Tarsal coalitions
Tarsal coalitions (disorder)
Tarsal coalition
Tarsal bar
OCOSH Code: D005413 27173008 Q66.8 FD_FF_TC

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Diagnosis and treatment of adult flatfoot

Location: http://www.guidelines.gov/content.aspx?id=6827

National Guidelines Clearinghouse - Diagnosis and treatment of adult flatfoot
Bibliographic Source(s) Lee MS, Vanore JV, Thomas JL, Catanzariti AR, Kogler G, Kravitz SR, Miller SJ, Gassen SC. Diagnosis and treatment of adult flatfoot. J Foot Ankle Surg 2005 Mar-Apr;44(2):78-113.
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Flatfoot Introduction ELFAH

Location: http://www.foothyperbook.com/elective/flatfoot/flatfootIntro.htm

ow-arched or “flat” feet are usually normal variants of foot posture and require no interference. Some feet simply have a low arch, but have neutral rotational and coronal plane alignment. Others are “flat” because the hindfoot and forefoot are rotated with respect to one another more than is usual. The subtalar joint...
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Pes Planus PatientPlus

Location: http://www.patient.co.uk/showdoc/40002325/

Pes Planus (Flat Foot) Synonyms: Plano-valgus foot Pes planus (PP) is the loss of the medial longitudinal arch of the foot. There are various types and causes of flat feet. Usually, treatment is only needed if flat foot is new, painful or progressing, or when there is a fixed deformity or other...
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Small Steps Create Huge Advances in the Pediatric Foot

Location: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/425658

Medscape Report on presentation by Vincent S. Mosca, MD 2002
Conditions such as flatfoot and clubfoot were highlighted, showing new advances in research as well as surgical and nonsurgical management of each.
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The paediatric flat foot and general anthropometry in 140 Australian school children Open Access

Location: http://www.jfootankleres.com/content/4/1/12

Conclusions This study presents results which conflict with those of many previous investigations addressing the relationship between children's weight and foot posture. In contrast to previous studies, the implication of these results is that heavy children have less flat feet. Further investigation is warranted using a standardized approach to assessment and...
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