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Pes varus (inward angulation of feet)?

It's already known that cerebellar dysfunctions and motor function problems are common in adhd. I have some of these symptoms.
I have pes varus. My footsteps are inward. I couldn't find any sciencific article about that. I wonder if this is common in adhd. Is there anyone who have pes varus? Are your footsteps inward or outward?
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It's already known that cerebellar dysfunctions and motor function problems are common in adhd. I have some of these symptoms.
I have pes varus. My footsteps are inward. I couldn't find any sciencific article about that. I wonder if this is common in adhd. Is there anyone who have pes varus? Are your footsteps inward or outward?
Do you mean "club foot"?

From google all I get for "pes varus" is dog anatomy.

My adult daughter's step-son has club foot and adhd.

He's the only person I know with both.
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Do you mean "club foot"?

From google all I get for "pes varus" is dog anatomy.

My adult daughter's step-son has club foot and adhd.

He's the only person I know with both.
Yes I mean club foot (mine is not too severe). I'm veterinarian and in veterinary medicine terminology it is said pes varus . I don't know what's the Latin term in human medicine for that.
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