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The diagnosis of congenital equinus method

by:Ideastep     2020-12-08
Congenital equinus is a kind of disease, more common in patients with damage is relatively large, so the diagnosis of congenital equinus method is what? Congenital equinus is a kind of deformity, more commonly seen in children, parents should take children to normal hospital treatment of disease as soon as possible, avoid influencing patients walk, correct shoes custom-made center small make up for this problem to specific look at!

1。 Neonatal strephenopodia newborns with congenital strephenopodia equinus look-alike, mostly a side, foot in the horseshoe varus foot inside don't tight, might reach the front of tibia, foot can after manipulation treatment 1 ~ 2 months can be completely normal. 2. Neurogenic equinus nerve change caused by equinus, along with the child development deformity gradually become apparent, should pay attention to the changes of the intestinal and urinary bladder function, foot outside any numbness, pay special attention to small concave or lumbar di ministry antrum and skin pigment changes, line when necessary MRI to determine whether there is a tie down the spinal cord. Electromyography and nerve conduction function examination are helpful to understand the neurological damage. 3. Polio after heritage equinus foot appearance without deformity at birth, the onset age more in 6 months above, has a history of fever, unilateral, accompanied by the length of the fibula muscle paralysis, no fixed early deformity, urine normal, there may be other muscle paralysis. 4. History of cerebral palsy after equinus perinatal or born after hypoxia, mostly in abnormal found immediately after birth - equinus deformity with growth gradually obvious, but during sleep can disappear or reduce, once the stimulus deformity more obvious. The horseshoe is given priority to, in turn, less adduction, deformity of bilateral upper or ipsilateral lower limbs, double lower limbs cross gait, lower limb muscle cramps, often accompanied by mental decline.

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