4.3 of 39 Ratings
A 2-year-old boy is brought to your clinic by his mother for being "pigeon-toed". Each of the following measurements found on physical examination are a routine part of defining the child's lower extremity rotational profile EXCEPT.
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An 18-month-old girl is brought to clinic by her mother for in-toeing. All of the following features should prompt the physician to perform further evaluation (including radiographs) if found in conjunction with in-toeing EXCEPT:
limb length discrepancy
family history of skeletal dysplasias
limb rotational profiles 2 standard deviations outside of normal