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Fig. 2. Child of 5 years of age underwent bilateral PMR at age of 15 months showing poor result on both sides with equinus of 40?on right side & 10?on left side along with bilateral residual hind-foot varus & forefoot adduction. Patient stopped wearing corrective shoes at 4 months after surgery. (a) Front view, (b) Back view, (c) Antero-posterior view shows talo-calcaneal angle of 12? on left side & 8? on right side indicating residual hind-foot varus, with negative talo-first metatarsal angle on both sides indicating residual forefoot adduction, (d) Stress dorsiflexion lateral view shows talo-calcaneal angle of 20? on left side & 15? on right side indicating talocalcaneal parallelism due to failure of correction of equinus deformity.

Fig. 2. Child of 5 years of age underwent bilateral PMR at age of 15 months showing poor result on both sides with equinus of 40?on right side & 10?on left side along with bilateral residual hind-foot varus & forefoot adduction. Patient stopped wearing corrective shoes at 4 months after surgery. (a) Front view, (b) Back view, (c) Antero-posterior view shows talo-calcaneal angle of 12? on left side & 8? on right side indicating residual hind-foot varus, with negative talo-first metatarsal angle on both sides indicating residual forefoot adduction, (d) Stress dorsiflexion lateral view shows talo-calcaneal angle of 20? on left side & 15? on right side indicating talocalcaneal parallelism due to failure of correction of equinus deformity.