Departments and specialties

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Departments that treat this condition

Areas that research this condition

March 23, 2016
References
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  10. Luckett MR, et al. Factors predictive of second recurrence in clubfeet treated by Ponseti casting. Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics. 2015;35:303.
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