All the following are the various angles used for evaluation of clubfoot except: (AIIMS Nov 2011)
|A||Talocalcaneal angles on AP view of the foot|
|B||Talocalcaneal angle on the lateral view of the foot|
|C||Tuber calcaneal angle|
|D||Talo-first metatarsal angle|
Tuber calcaneal angle
a. Tuber calcaneal angle also called Bohler's angle is used for evaluation of the height of the calcaneum after fracture.
b. The AP Talocalcaneal angle is normally 30 to 55 degrees and in clubfoot this value progressively decreases with increasing varus.
c. The talo-first metatarsal angle is a X-ray measurement of forefoot adduction, it is normally about 5 to 15 degrees and in clubfoot it is usually negative.