Talocalcaneal coalition combined with flatfoot in children: diagnosis and treatment: a review

@article{Zhou2014TalocalcanealCC,
  title={Talocalcaneal coalition combined with flatfoot in children: diagnosis and treatment: a review},
  author={Bing-hua Zhou and Kanglai Tang and Mark A. Hardy},
  journal={Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={9}
}
Talocalcaneal coalition often leads to a flatfoot deformity in children. Previous reports have uncovered many aspects of tarsal coalition and flatfoot respectively, including the etiology, clinical presentation, and diagnostic imaging, as well as treatment. However, the optimum surgical procedure for talocalcaneal coalition combined with flatfoot has not been definitively determined. The nonconformity of treatment options is due to our incomplete knowledge of biomechanics, diagnosis, and… Expand

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