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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: A 2-months-old girl was referred because of bilateral tibial aplasia associated with bilateral split hand-foot deformity. She showed severe flexion deformity and bilateral equinovarus deformity of the ankles. The affected legs are rotated internally and the ventral surface of foot faces the opposite leg

Figure 1: A 2-months-old girl was referred because of bilateral tibial aplasia associated with bilateral split hand-foot deformity. She showed severe flexion deformity and bilateral equinovarus deformity of the ankles. The affected legs are rotated internally and the ventral surface of foot faces
the opposite leg