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447 Possible Causes for Genu Valgum, Genu Varum and Genu Recurvatum

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  • Pseudoachondroplasia

    Legs are malaligned with a variety of knee deformities noted, including bow-legs (genu varum), knock-knees (genu valgum), and windswept deformities (bow-leg on one side and[] varum, genu valgum, or genu recurvatum underwent surgical correction.[] Other associated deformities include genu valgum, genu varum, genu recurvatum, elbow extension limitation, kyphoscoliosis, lumbar lordosis, and joint laxity with secondary[]

  • Tibia Varum

    […] 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[] 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[] Genu Valgum [Decreased distance between the knees with a wide gap separating the ankles when legs are fully extended] In normal children, genu valgum - also termed knock-knee[]

  • Congenital Genu Flexum

    Genu Valgum is also known as knock knee.[] Knee Positions Genu Valgum Knee Positions Genu Varum Knee Positions Genu Recurvatum Knee Positions ...[] OrthoInfo Physiologic Genu Valgum Page 1 of 2 Physiologic Genu Valgum OVERVIEW Your child has been diagnosed with physiologic genu valgum, which valgum. with regards to genu[]

  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    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[] 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[] valgum) - Rachitic rosary in the chest wall ( enlarged costochondral joints) - Delayed tooth eruption (no incisors by aged 10 months, no molars by age 18 months) - Craniotabes[]

  • Coxa Valga

    See also [ edit ] Coxa vara Genu valgum Genu varum References [ edit ] External links [ edit ] This article about a disease of musculoskeletal and connective tissue is a stub[] […] valgum Genu varum Genu recurvatum Discoid meniscus Congenital patellar dislocation Congenital knee dislocation foot deformity : varus Club foot Pigeon toe valgus Flat feet[] It may be congenital, acquired, or developmental. cystic echinococcosis Endocrine Bone Diseases Eosinophilic Granuloma Epiphyses, Slipped Expansile Bone Lesions Genu Valgum[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis

    valgum, waddling gait, and laxity of joints.[] 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[] valgum, short stature, spinal curvature, odontoid hypoplasia, ligamentous laxity, and atlantoaxial instability MPS IV (mild) – Much slower progression of skeletal dysplasia[]

  • Iliotibial Band Syndrome

    Causes: Poor training techniques Large Q angle Sacroiliac joint dysfunction Genu valgum ( knock kneed) Leg length discrepancies Strength imbalances in the hip inductors Overpronation[] Other causes or factors that are believed to predispose an athlete to ITBS include excessive internal tibial rotation, genu varum, and increased pronation of the foot.[] […] may describe a rapid progression in weekly mileage. [16] Intrinsic factors that contribute to ITB tightness and muscle weakness (quadriceps and gluteus medius) include: genu[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis 4

    They presented marked growth retardation, spinal deformity, chest deformity, genu valgum, and corneal opacities.[] valgum Thoracic manifestations anterior sternal bowing, increased AP chest diameter, wide ribs Echocardiography late onset aortic regurgitation Treatment and Prognosis Life[] There is joint laxity and knock knees (genu valgum) and hip deformity (dysplasia). The intelligence is normal.[]

  • Familial Hypophosphatemia

    Chronic and more severe forms of hypophosphatemia present with bone pain, osteomalacia and pseudofractures, rachitis-like characteristics (genu valgum, frontal bossing, widening[] Bowed legs are called ‘genu varum’ by medical professionals Familial Hypophosphatemia (or XLH) has symptoms similar to the genetic disorder ‘autosomal dominant hypophosphatemic[] varum) or knock knee (genu valgum), double malleoli sign of ankles, metaphyseal hyperplasia of wrist, and Harrison's groove on the chest.[]

  • Osteoarthritis

    Gouin 2010 was excluded because patients with lateral instability or post‐traumatic genu varum without OA were included.[] Sattari 2011 reported an RCT of 60 participants with knee pain, genu varum and moderate to severe medial knee OA (K&L grade III or IV).[]

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