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" Bow legs" redirects here. For other uses, see Bowlegs. "Bow-leg" redirects here. ... Those with bowlegs and a genetic predisposition for developing arthritis will ...
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"Billy Bowlegs" Bolek was a leader of the Seminoles in Florida during the Second and Third Seminole Wars against the United States. One of the last Seminole leaders to resist, he eventually moved to Indian Territory .
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Bowlegs - Overview, Bowlegs is a condition in which the knees remain wide apart when a person stands with the feet and ankles together. ... Definition of Bowlegs: ...
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How to tell if your toddler is bowlegged and what to do. ... grandson who is now 2 has extreme bow legs and the doctors donot seem concern he ...
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Bow-legs, also called genu varum, bandy-leg and tibia vara, are a specific deformity resulting in the appearance of outward bowing of the legs.
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Bowleg (or genu varum) is a condition where the legs are bowed outwards in the ... In the majority of children with bowlegs or knock-knees, the cause is ...
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