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Equinus attitude in a case of cerebral diplegia. Toe walking in infants can also be idiopathic. Any infant with toe walking must be evaluated to rule out neuromuscular cause (cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy).
Scissoring attitude due to adductor and medial hamstring spasticity Scissoring gait with adduction attitude can predispose to hip subluxation if left untreated.
Popliteal angle test to demonstrate tightness of hamstrings.
Six-year-old child with spastic diplegia. He had difficulty in standing. He underwent single event mutli-level release which is now the acceptable modality of treatment.
Eight-year old child with progressive hip subluxation due to cerebral diplegia. Hip subluxation is very common in non-ambulatory children.