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Bowlegs

... bowlegs Related Category: Pathology (genu varum), ... separate when the feet are placed together. bowlegs Definition: bowlegs is a condition observed when a person stands ...

Pelvis

... Pain during sexual intercourse ... Pelvis Skeletal deformities bowlegs Forward projection of the breast bone (pigeon chest) Bumps in the rib ... is likely to become bent or deformed. The result is often knock-knees , bowlegs , and deformities of the chest and pelvis . Cancer obstructing veins ...

Knock-knee

... kneecap. These include knock-knee , outward rotation of the lower leg, or inward rotation of the thighbone. The result is often knock-knee s , bowlegs , and deformities of the chest and pelvis . In temperate climates or the tropics, vitamin -D deficiency usually results from poor diet rather ...

Knock-knees

... of the spine). There may be delayed walking , tetany , bony beads along the ribs, and decaying teeth . The result is often knock-knees , bowlegs , and deformities of the chest and pelvis . In temperate climates or the tropics, vitamin -D deficiency usually results from poor diet rather ...

Kyphosis

... stopped, it may lead to chronic back problems for children in their adulthood including curvature of the spine ( scoliosis and kyphosis ). bowlegs Forward projection of the breast bone (pigeon chest) Bumps in the rib cage (rachitic rosary) Asymmetrical or odd-shaped skull Spine ...

Scoliosis

... ... Laminectomy, however, may result in later scoliosis , and chemotherapy is often needed whether or not surgery or radiation is used. bowlegs Forward projection of the breast bone (pigeon chest) Bumps in the rib cage (rachitic rosary) Asymmetrical or odd-shaped skull Spine ...

Skeletal

... dysplasia s) - There are more than 50 bone diseases that affect height and growth, many of which are genetic . Skeletal deformities bowlegs Forward projection of the breast bone (pigeon chest) Bumps in the rib cage (rachitic rosary) Asymmetrical or odd-shaped skull Spine ...

Skeleton

... bones must support weight, such as the legs and pelvis , the skeleton is likely to become bent or deformed. The result is often knock-knees , bowlegs , and deformities of the chest and pelvis . Signs: Loss of appetite , lethargy , caved-in belly, exophalmia, skin ulcers , abnormally pale ...

Skull

... It is most common in older individuals, and may lead to bone pain , deformities, and fractures . Also called Paget's disease of bone. bowlegs Forward projection of the breast bone (pigeon chest) Bumps in the rib cage (rachitic rosary) Asymmetrical or odd-shaped skull Spine ...
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