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Twenty-three out of 33 clubfeet patients were included in the study 14 boys, 9 girls. National Center for Biotechnology Information , U.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The control group included 21 children 42 feet that required no medical assessment 13 boys, 8 girls. The most common residual deformity was forefoot adduction. These studies demonstrate that more investigation are needed for correlating the development of forefoot adduction and clinical outcomes. This study has several limitations. Similarly, Tarraf reviewed the cases of children with clubfeet who underwent reoperation for residual deformity after operative repair These studies indicated the importance of determining residual forefoot adduction using dynamic pedobarography after clubfoot is treated. Mean dynamic adduction angle was 4. At least 3 repeated measurements were obtained for normal feet range, 2—5 and 6 for clubfeet range, 2—9. They found no significant difference between the clinical outcome in patients that developed forefoot adduction status-post Ponseti method and the method of bracing used bilateral foot abduction brace vs unilateral above-the-knee brace Moreover, Elgeidi and Abulsaad, published a study in which patients with forefoot adduction and midfoot supination were corrected surgically by combined double tarsal wedge osteotomy. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Idiopathic clubfoot is commonly treated with the Ponseti method with the extent of invasive treatment involving tendon-Achilles lengthening. No complications were seen after surgery, including infection or need for repeat surgical procedures. Yet, no method has been described to measure dynamic walking forefoot adduction. Even though, the measurement does not encompass everything, it does describe a novel technique to collect additional clinical data in the assessment of forefoot adduction by using dynamic gait analysis. Ultimately, there was a significant clinical correlation between the degrees of correction and the residual deformity. A second control group within the study consisted of patients who had unilateral clubfoot surgically treated by a posteromedial release. Tarraf noted that forefoot adduction became more evident with growth, suggesting a role for dynamic gait analysis in early intervention and in determining future care as the child grows In the studies by Theologis et al. The physiologic range of the dynamic foot adduction angle 2. In these studies the post-surgical results were reported from the departments with more than average experience, e. Except for the diagnosis of clubfoot, all the children were developmentally normal. We used dynamic pedobarography to evaluate the gait and posture of the clubfoot with a pressure-sensitive EMED-ST p9 platform Novel GmbH, Munich, Germany , which records the steps with nine sensors per square centimeter at a frequency of 50 Hz. Historically, before the Ponseti technique was widely adopted, various surgical and nonsurgical options were attempted to restore anatomic alignment of the foot. Several studies have commented on the clinical outcome of patients who developed forefoot adduction; however the data shows that further investigation is needed. Patients required a closing wedge osteotomy of the cuboid and an opening osteotomy of the medial cuneiform to correct the residual deformity once the child was older than 4 years or when the medial cuneiform ossified nucleus had developed. Lourenco et al. Nine out of 10 clubfeet patients did not turn up for the follow-up clinical examination of forefoot adduction after surgical treatment.. The average dynamic adduction angle in the surgically corrected clubfeet was 4. As previously studied by Lee et al. Therefore, complications related to a clubfoot should be addressed to prevent unsatisfactory long-term outcomes. Moreover, a pressure-sensitive platform was used to analyse the plantar medial angle, which we renamed as the dynamic adduction angle for ease of correlating with clubfoot. Besse 15 reported that children born with a clubfoot will not have a normal foot in their adult life. Success in curing clubfoot was variable 1 , 5 — 7 until Ponseti 1 reviewed more than 50 years of data indicating that initial non-operative treatment of clubfoot is desirable regardless of the severity of the deformity 8 — For resistant clubfeet or failed Ponseti, the la carte surgical approach is preferred to the full posteromedial release method employed previously 1. The exclusion criterion was any child who had a known neuromuscular or genetic abnormality leading to the clubfoot. The parents of the infants gave their informed consent prior to their inclusion in the study. Forty-three congenital clubfeet were included. In their study; patients underwent a posterior medial release for clubfoot and subsequently developed forefoot adduction. We found no statistical correlation between the dynamic adduction angle and the McKay score. Of them, 10 patients 6 boys and 4 girls had bilateral clubfeet. In a multicenter study by Saetersdal et al. Conception and design, analysis and interpretation of the data, obtaining of funding, administrative, technical, or logistic support: PT. No studies to date have described the learning curve associated with the treatment of clubfeet. We analysed the dynamic adduction angle in 33 clubfeet using a pressure-sensitive foot platform and compared it to the healthy feet of an age- and weight-matched group of children without congenital foot deformities. In conclusion, no correlation between forefoot adduction, dynamic forefoot adduction angle and clinical outcome measures within the study was observed. Forefoot adduction is a common complication in surgically treated clubfeet. Conflict of Interest. In our study, we used the same pedobarograph method as described by Hughes et al, which reported good reliability for the EMED-F system, with two sensors per square centimeter and a setting of 20 Hz While it has good reliability, the angle created in essence between the medial border of the foot and the 2nd ray axis may under-represent the true deformity, as adduction of the 2nd ray also occurs with forefoot adduction in addition to supination. Although we observed a high occurrence of dynamic adduction angle as measured by dynamic pedobarography in surgically treated clubfeet, there was no correlation between forefoot adduction, dynamic forefoot adduction angle, and clinical outcome measures. The average patient age at follow-up was 64 months range, 45— months. Theologis et al. High occurrence of dynamic adduction angle in surgically treated clubfeet was detected. The McKay score were excellent in 1 patient, good in 5, average in 13, and fair in 4 of the 23 patients. Multiple treatment regimens have been used to treat clubfoot including splinting, plaster casting, surgical procedures involving medial, posterior, and lateral releases, osteotomies, and arthrodesis 2 — 4. All children in the study were treated with a long leg cast applied within 24 hours of birth. Finally, the McKay score is partially subjective clinical rating which in our study was assigned by the clinician during the follow-up visits. Currently there are no studies in literature to our knowledge that show a relationship between dynamic adduction angle and poor functional outcomes, leading the dynamic adduction angle to be possibly cosmetic. All angles were calculated by the senior author with the lines captured by the pedobarograph Figure 1. The McKay score, a validated method for clinical and functional assessment of ankle movement, muscle strength, and the presence of pain, was calculated for each patient to assess the postoperative status of surgically treated clubfoot. Till date research has foccused on forefoot adduction as a common residual deformity in surgically treated clubfoot; however, studies in the future should likely focus on methods to determine forefoot adduction in non-surgically treated clubfeet. This dynamic adduction angle is calculated during weight bearing by the angle created by the medial tangent of the foot and the axis of the foot line through the center of the second toe and center of the heel Figure 1. The mean age of the children when the dorsomedial release procedure was performed was 7 months range, 3—14 months. In this method, we measured the frequency of persistent pes adductus in children whose clubfeet were surgically treated using a dorsomedial soft tissue release and we sought correlations between forefoot adduction and clinical outcome measures. Although we reviewed the clinical results of patients undergoing a posteromedial release rather than patients treated with the Ponseti method the current trend , the forefoot adduction is important irrespective of the methods of correction used for clubfoot. In the clinical studies performed by Reichel et al. Each child further underwent treatment with series of plaster casts before ultimately undergoing dorsomedial release as described by Turco The average age at analysis was 64 months, approximately 57 months after the dorsomedial release range, 47— months. The aim of this study was to assess the persistent pes adductus in children whose clubfeet were surgically treated using a dorsomedial soft tissue release and to find out correlations between forefoot adduction and clinical outcome measures. Mean follow-up was 75 months range, 40— months. The mean dynamic adduction angle in the surgically corrected clubfeet was 4. None of the children had co-morbid conditions. Although the treatment technique was performed in the same manner on all subjects by single clinician, the technique has not been clinically validated. Thirty-three patients all newborn babies on first day of life who had a primary clubfoot and who had undergone a surgical posteromedial release at one institution pediatric orthopedic hospital between and were analysed in a retrospective study. Feet with an adduction angle less than this were considered as pes adductus. In the present study, the surgical experience was around at the time of the study. We used dynamic pedobarography to compare the forefoot adduction in healthy versus surgically treated clubfoot in the second group. Further investigation is needed into the relevance of increased forefoot adduction angles as measured by dynamic pedobarography as it pertains to clinical management of surgically treated clubfeet. Persistent forefoot adduction is a common complication in surgically treated clubfoot. It was retrospective and thus not randomised or blinded and possibly subject to recall bias. The clinical outcome was analysed using the McKay score. Idiopathic congenital talipes equinovarus CTEV , also known as congenital idiopathic clubfoot, is a pediatric foot deformity involving four major components: ankle equinus, hindfoot varus, forefoot in adduction, and midfoot cavus 1. In the clinical rating using the McKay score, results were excellent in 1 patient, good in 5, average in 13, and fair in 4 of the 23 patients with the operated clubfoot. Experimental procedure for measuring dynamic adduction angle a medial tangent, b axis of foot, c dynamic foot angle. We calculated the physiologic range of the foot dynamic adduction angle 2. We have developed a novel technique to measure the forefoot adduction while walking, also known as dynamic forefoot adduction. For comparison, we performed the same dynamic pedobarography examinations in an age- and weight-matched group of 21 children without congenital foot deformities. However, there is a paucity of literature measuring forefoot adduction using dynamic gait analysis. The complete physical examination of each foot was performed by a single clinician in a standardised and controlled manner during the patient visit. Thirty-five percent of patients underwent a subsequent cuboid-cuneiform osteotomy to correct forefoot adduction. A large multicenter study addressing outcome measures of forefoot adduction in clubfeet treated with the Ponseti technique, and studying the timing for repeat surgery if necessary, would be interesting. This is evident from the controls who have the mean dynamic adduction angles greater than affected clubfeet. All patients had been treated as infants at the institution of their birth for an idiopathic congenital clubfoot. Use of dynamic pedobarography may aid the surgeon in predicting the need for further treatment in the clubfeet. Our study addressed both forefoot adduction during dynamic gait analysis and the frequency of persistent pes adductus after surgical treatment. Early identification of persistent pes adductus , irrespective of the initial treatment surgical or non-surgical , may allow early conservative treatment to help avoid surgical intervention. Lee et al.