skewfoot

skewfoot

generalized foot hypermobility, excessive foot pronation and abduction
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2) skeletal abnormalities like long fingers, clubfoot or skewfoot deformity, scoliosis, cervical spine instability, joint laxity, pectus excavatum, pectus carinatum, osteoarthritis, soft translucent skin which bruises easily (3) congenital heart defects such as PDA, ASD/VSD and bicuspid aortic valve.
Skeletal abnormalities like long fingers and toes, contractures of the fingers, clubfoot or skewfoot deformity, scoliosis, cervical spine instability, joint laxity, pectus excavatum, pectus carinatum, osteoarthritis, poor mineralisation of the bones.
Check to see if the foot is rigid or supple, because rigidity can be a sign of skewfoot and may require surgery.