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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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Both types of club foot are usually diagnosed during a routine examination after the baby is born.
Objective of this study is basically spreading the awareness regarding the management of club foot by Ponseti method in secondary care centers where appropriate concerned faculty and staff is available.
One in 800 children are born with club foot - a genetic condition where the feet twist so the weight rests on the heel.
One Step at a Time tells the story of the author's daughter, Camille, a child who was born with hip dysplasia and a club foot.
Born with a club foot, Philip Carey is acutely sensitive of his handicap.
The clinic's volunteer doctors, translators and aides treat impoverished, disabled children from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Iran, Africa, Russia, Romania, Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru for spina bifida, polio, club foot, scoliosis and other debilitating diseases and orthopaedic injuries.
A SIX-year-old boy who was born with club foot will be leading a team of young runners around the course at the Great Birmingham 10k next month.
HYDERABAD -- The Department of Orthopedics, Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences (LUMHS) Jamshoro Wednesday organised a "Hands on Workshop" on Ponseti Technique for Club foot at LUMHS, Jamshoro.
A MUM has taken inspiration from watching her son grow up with club foot to pen a bedtime story for little ones like him.
New York, November 29 ( ANI ): A fashionista, who was born with a club foot, got her leg amputated so that she can wear high heels.
Smith was: 2Born with a club foot and had to learn to walk in special plaster casts.
WATCHING little Mason Fairbrother run around it is hard to imagine he was born with a club foot.

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