The Clubfoot pp 468-469 | Cite as

Comparison of Older with Newer Surgical Techniques for Talipes Equinovarus

  • A. Dimeglio
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The experience of the Montpellier team is based on 513 clubfeet followed for more than 15 years. The results have continued to improve with time. Experience and technical refinements have been the deciding factors in the progressive improvement.


Tendon Sheath Subtalar Joint Fair Result Progressive Improvement Peroneal Tendon 
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