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Explanation: Hello. Check this from link 1: "Intoeing (Pigeon Toes): Many babies are born with feet that turn in. This is called intoeing and is a part of growing up for many toddlers. Intoeing is often the result of the child's position in the uterus...". In the "linked-to-link-1" link 2 (!!) you'll find Intoeing translated as "Dedos de Pigeon".
Another term for it is included here: "(Los dedos flexionados se conocen como) dedos en martillo, DEDOS EN GARRA o dedos en mazo" (link: www.tusalud.com.mx/221104.htm). For pictures of this condition U maycheck: http://www.podoclinic.com/los_dedos2.htm
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