Midfoot equinus

Dr Jeremy Jones et al.

Midfoot equinus is an abnormality in foot alignment where there is abnormal plantarflexion of the foot in the midfoot.

Related pathology

Midfoot equinus occurs as a component of congenital talipes equinovarus.

Foot alignment abnormalities

Adequate radiographs are required for the accurate assessment of foot alignment. Basic assessment includes weightbearing dorsoplantar and lateral views.

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rID: 23762
Section: Approach
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