Bowing of legs

Leg bowing in children is common and often developmental. Neonates and infants often have angulation changes at the knee that gradually corrects within 6 months of walking or by 2 years of age.  

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26 July 2019
The most frequent and typical presentation of rickets is bowing of the long bones, especially leg bowing. Bowing of the bone manifests from the age...
Rare Condition

X Linked Hypophosphatemia

X-linked hypophosphatemia (XLH) is known as the most common hereditary metabolic rickets with a prevalence of 1:20,000- 60,000. Manifestations are bone deformities (particularly bowing of...

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