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Q: My brothers wife is 9 months pregnant and has been visiting her doctor regularly. Last week she went for a sonography as advised by her doctor. The report indicated a "Strong suspicion of TALEPUS EQUINO VARUS deformity on the right foot of the foetus. Can you help explain what this means for the child?

Nakul (Mumbai, India)

A: This is a deformity of foot - some amount of curvature/twisting of foot. It is not a major abnormality. (Suspicion is strong.) It can be corrected with physiotherapy, shoes and proper walking when the child starts walking.

Dr. Purnima

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