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The condition is commonly bilateral. Clinically, the child often presents with leg bowing tibia vara with little or no associated pain. A relative lack of growth of the medial proximal tibial physis occurs, likely secondary to an increase in compressive forces on the proximal tibial physis. There are infantile, juvenile and adolescent forms. The infantile type is 5x more frequent than the others and is seen particularly in early walkers.

It appears to be the result of abnormal compressive forces inhibiting growth at the medial growth plate and not from avascular necrosis. The adolescent type occurs in older overweight children and a is milder disease. It is often unilateral and post-traumatic. The condition can be classified into six stages according to the system proposed by Langenskiold et al. The tibial shaft is in the varus position, and the epiphysis is wedge-shaped, fragmented or can appear absent.

The adjacent metaphysis is also depressed and has a beak-like protuberance of rarified bone oriented medially. The lateral cortical wall of the upper tibial metaphysis remains notably straight. For leg bowing consider: differential for leg bowing in children. Please Note: You can also scroll through stacks with your mouse wheel or the keyboard arrow keys.

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The condition is commonly bilateral. Clinically, the child often presents with leg bowing tibia vara with little or no associated pain. A relative lack of growth of the medial proximal tibial physis occurs, likely secondary to an increase in compressive forces on the proximal tibial physis. There are infantile, juvenile and adolescent forms. The infantile type is 5x more frequent than the others and is seen particularly in early walkers. It appears to be the result of abnormal compressive forces inhibiting growth at the medial growth plate and not from avascular necrosis. The adolescent type occurs in older overweight children and a is milder disease.

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Esto puede ser debido a que una o ambas piernas se curvan hacia afuera. Los adolescentes ocasionalmente tienen piernas arqueadas. En muchos de estos casos, el joven tiene bastante sobrepeso. Ayudan a determinar la longitud y forma del hueso adulto. Esta forma de raquitismo puede ser hereditaria. Sin embargo, la cantidad de arco puede ser significativa y ser muy alarmante para los padres y familiares.

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