The harm of congenital horseshoe varus foot and cause what kind of disease?

congenital horseshoe varus foot will cause a lot of problems, such as children’s related problems occur in human skeletal muscle tissue, such as calcaneus and talus can change his joint, the talus, and tibia and ankle will change, these changes have some relative to the child may influence is more profound, also is the change for the child’s normal walking will occur after some effects, such as the appearance of the skeletal muscle problems a simple anchor problem, at the same time his calf muscle tissue may also be changed accordingly, such as the calf muscle fine the two legs thickness is not the same as these things are possible, and the foot may not be normal development, compared with normal children feet will grow very short or some length and width change is wide but short, these are some of the children, as well as the problems such as muscle tissue, pretibial muscle problems of the posterior tibial muscle length, fibular muscle occurred problems, joint capsule problems, that some are development to late are need surgical treatment.

congenital horseshoe varus foot can cause sudden illness?

1。 After long-term weight foot dorsal thickening slippery bursa and callosity, a handful of ulcer.

2。 The patient’s postoperative complications mainly has the following some performance:

( 1) Postoperative pain: for the children because of the cerebral cortex of postoperative fully awake pain response affected by the psychological state of tension, anxiety, fears are lower the pain threshold.

( 2) Pressure ulcers: children with congenital horseshoe varus foot due to lack of exercise in bed for a long time, lead to all parts of body blood circulation is poor, compression part easily to pressure ulcers.

( 3) Limb ischemic necrosis or contracture: its early performance mainly limb pale color, material temperature is reduced, skin feel dull, not their activities or local persistent pain, the plaster bandage should be opened to avoid limb ischemic necrosis or muscle contracture.