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Talipes equinus is that form in which the heel does not touch the ground, the child resting on the toes.
Valgus or varus are associated with it; the more common form is talipes calcaneo-valgus.
Musculature of legs was in a constant mild clonus, and the right foot was kept in position of talipes equinovarus.Studies in Forensic Psychiatry|Bernard Glueck
Talipes Equino-Varis (down and in foot) is the most common form of this deformity.
In talipes calcaneus the toes are pointed upwards and the foot rests on the heel.