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Common disorders of the lower limb 

Common disorders of the lower limb
Common disorders of the lower limb

Tim Theologis

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date: 27 January 2022

Most torsional or angular deviations are physiological and resolve with time

Ensure the child has normal growth parameters

Take care to exclude the rare underlying condition that will require treatment

Coronal knee deformities may be due to a systemic or local bone dysplasia.

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