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International Primary Care Association

Clinical Focus Volume 1 N3

Normal Orthopaedic variations in childhood


The majority of referrals from general practitioners to a children's orthopaedic department are variations of normal. They are referred because the parents are not convinced by the explanations given. The most common of these are considered here.

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  • Authors: GC Bennet
  • Keywords: Knockknees, Bowlegs, Intoeing, Flat feet, shoes, Growing pains, Normal Limb Variations.
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