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... Less often, equinus is caused by spasms in the calf muscle...

Raynauds Phenomenon
...The color change, which occurs from spasms in small blood vessels, becomes red and then returns to normal when blood flow resumes...

Tarsal Coalition
... The symptoms of tarsal coalition may include one or more of the following: Pain (mild to severe) when walking or standing Tired or fatigued legs Muscle spasms in the leg, causing the foot to turn outward when walking Flatfoot (in one or both feet) Walking with a limp Stiffness of the foot and ankle Diagnosis A tarsal coalition is difficult to identify until a child’s bones begin to mature...