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Figure 5.51. The same infant with the feet in their "position-of-comfort." Note the dimples at the ankles suggesting that this occurred as a result of a postural deformity. Some authors have suggested that the presence of dimples at die ankles in an infant with clubbing of the feet indicates that it has occurred as a result of a postural deformity.

Figure 5.52. Congenital curly toes (overlapping toes) are a common finding in newborn infants. There is often a family history of the same finding in parents or siblings. Treatment is not necessary.

Figure 5.53. Another infant with congenital curly toes. The abnormality becomes less obvious as the infant grows.

Figure 5.54. Twins with asymmetrical heads occurring as a result of an in utero positional deformity. Both infants were vertex presentations. Note how the heads "fit" together.

Figure 5.54. Twins with asymmetrical heads occurring as a result of an in utero positional deformity. Both infants were vertex presentations. Note how the heads "fit" together.

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