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44 Possible Causes for Genu Valgum, genu varum and genu recurvatum, Rachitic Rosary

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  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    On the other hand, deformities such as bowed legs and the rachitic rosary persist throughout adult life.[] However, severe vitamin D deficiency may manifest as rickets with the below clinical features: Bony Signs - Swelling of wrists and ankles - Leg deformities (genu varum or[] rosary and Harrison’s sulcus, extending from the costal cartilage transversely outward to the axilla.[]

  • Familial Hypophosphatemia

    Growth plate widening with metaphyseal flaying and fraying, bowing of lower limb long bones, rachitic rosary ribs, coxa vara 4 public playlists includes this case Case information[] Bowed legs are called ‘genu varum’ by medical professionals Familial Hypophosphatemia (or XLH) has symptoms similar to the genetic disorder ‘autosomal dominant hypophosphatemic[] Chronic and more severe forms of hypophosphatemia present with bone pain, osteomalacia and pseudofractures, rachitis-like characteristics (genu valgum, frontal bossing, widening[]

  • Tibia Varum

    […] cat-back) - exam of thorax may show prominence of the costochondral junctions (rachitic rosary) and, not uncommonly, pectus carinatum; - indentation of lower part of the[] Pictures from left to right: 1) 20 genu recurvatum (knee recurvatum); 2) In standing front position, it may mimic a genu varum (knee varus); 3)When the recurvatum is corrected[] […] reach the ground (can pronate or walk on the lateral side of the foot to get the medial side of the foot down) natural hx of valgoid stage age 2-6 years, some degree of genu[]

  • X-Linked Hypophosphatemia

    rosary...).[] It can cause bone deformity including short stature and genu varum (bow leggedness).[] The author present 3 cases of medically treated x-linked hypophosphatemic rickets presenting with atypical genu valgum (knock knees).[]

  • Rickets

    A 6-year-old girl from a poor background presented with malnutrition, anaemia, rachitic rosary and severe deformities of the upper and lower limbs owing to vitamin D deficiency[] They were examined due to short stature and genu varum of both tibias.[] Abstract A 16-year-old boy with widening of the large joints of the extremities and bilateral genu valgum had been extensively treated with oral vitamin D, with little clinical[]

  • Hypocalcemic Vitamin D-Dependent Rickets

    Progressively, patients present with rachitic deformities (bowed legs, rachitic rosary...). Enamel hypoplasia is occasionally observed.[] […] metaphysis ; Abnormality of the skin ; Abnormality of the thorax ; Alopecia ; Bone cyst ; Bone pain ; Dolichocephaly ; Frontal bossing ; Gait disturbance ; Genu valgum ; Genu[] Clinical management: Physical examination on admission revealed genu valgum, short stature and generalized hypotonia.[]

  • Osteomalacia

    Rickets Clinical feature Chest • Rachitic rosary • Harrison groove • Pigeon chest • Respiratory infection and atelectasis 20.[] Abnormalities / deformities : Bowed legs (genu varum). Abnormal curvature of the spine. Protruding breastbone (‘pigeon chest’). Thickening at the wrists and ankles.[] Bowing of the legs (genu varum) is typical, but knock knees (genu valgum) can also occur.[]

  • Hypocalcemic Vitamin D-Dependent Rickets Type 1B

    rosary) kyphosis (cat back) Classification Types include familial hypophosphatemic (vitamin D-resistant) (see below) vitamin D-deficient (Nutritional) vitamin D-dependent[] Both Genu varum as well as Genu valgum can occur based on the age at which the rickets manifest.[] Clinical management: Physical examination on admission revealed genu valgum, short stature and generalized hypotonia.[]

  • Hereditary Hypophosphatemic Rickets with Hypercalciuria

    The junctions of the bony and cartilaginous parts of the ribs thicken (rachitic rosary), the frontal and parietal eminences enlarge, and the head acquires a square shape with[] Genu varum bilateral. No additional pathological findings.[] Skeletal deformities were present in all children: genus valgum or varum (11/11), thickening of the wrists (7/11), rachitic rosary (4/11), frontal skull bossing (2/11), Harrison[]

  • Hypophosphatemia

    rosary...).[] In infants and children, the signs and symptoms include: Abnormal "waddling" walk due to knock-knees (genu valgum) or bowed legs (genu varum) Thick wrists Ribs of the chest[] The most characteristic findings include: growth retardation, deformities in upper and lower limbs (genu varum or genu valgum) generally noted when the infant begins to creep[]

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