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Female child age 12 years, both knee inwards, pain while standing,

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Genu valgum Commonly called "knock-knee", is a condition in which the knees angle in and touch each other when the legs are straightened. Individuals with severe valgus deformities are typically unable to touch their feet together while simultaneously straightening the legs. Traumatic injuries cause physeal damage or overgrowth (for example), resulting in progressive and disabling clinical deformity. Likewise, untreated congenital anomalies, skeletal dysplasias, genetic disorders, metabolic conditions, and rheumatologic diseases may cause genu valgum. Physio exercise..../ Guided growth surgery.

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Genu valgum Commonly called "knock-knee", is a condition in which the knees angle in and touch each other when the legs are straightened. Individuals with severe valgus deformities are typically unable to touch their feet together while simultaneously straightening the legs. Traumatic injuries cause physeal damage or overgrowth (for example), resulting in progressive and disabling clinical deformity. Likewise, untreated congenital anomalies, skeletal dysplasias, genetic disorders, metabolic conditions, and rheumatologic diseases may cause genu valgum. Physio exercise..../ Guided growth surgery.

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I have commented on xrays Deformity can be corrected surgically In this case femoral metaphyseal osteotomy Also do xray pelvis with both hips

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? KNOCK-KNEE .. ? GENU VALGUM .. ? KNEE ARTHROPATHY.. NEED'S.. EXPERTS OPINION..

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1.vyadhi is very deep seated 2.profound vitiation of doshas 3.rogi bala is very less. surgery is better.

Genu Valgum deformity **Consult Orthopedic specialist for further intervention

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