File:Pes Cavus Deformity.jpg

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High arch (Pes cavus)

Pes Cavus is a foot deformity affecting Friedrich's ataxia patients.

Clinical photographs showing pes cavus deformity (a) which gets partially corrected (b) on manually lifting 1st metatarsal (MT) head.

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Reference

Chatterjee P & Sahu MK. (2009). A prospective study of Japas' osteotomy in paralytic pes cavus deformity in adolescent feet. Indian J Orthop , 43, 281-5. PMID: 19838351 DOI.


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Assessment

+ Relevant clinical image to group project. + Includes reference, copyright and student disclaimer. + Legend includes some description for peer teaching. Could have provided more information about how this deformity is generated.



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