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Noninvasive Vascular Studies in Clubfoot

  • C. L. Stanitski
  • W. T. Ward
  • W. Grossman
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Implications of abnormal vasculature in congenital idiopathic clubfoot (CTEV) are important at all stages of clubfoot study from etiology to sequelae of treatment.


Pulse Oximetry Blood Flow Limit Anterior Tibial Artery Idiopathic Clubfoot Congenital Clubfoot 
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  • C. L. Stanitski
  • W. T. Ward
  • W. Grossman

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