Short and overlapping second toes

My 20-month old son was born with overlapping second toes on both feet. His second toes slightly overlap the third toes and are a little shorter in length than the third toes. His pediatrician says it is a genetic disorder, but not one that should affect his mobility as he gets older. It seems like he does have a full range of motion with his second toes, but is this something I should have a pediatric podriatist look at? And is there a name for this condition?

Thank you in advance.

Posted By Silvia on July 07, 2003 at 00:01:54:

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