Foot shape assessment example shown identifies severe bilateral forefoot and rearfoot varus deformity
Primary Complex Knee Bilateral Total Replacement 65 years old female presented to us with complains of pain and deformities of both knees. She had severe varus deformity of both knees with significant instability. She also had a stress fracture right distal femur. We did Bilateral Total Knee Replacement.
Remedial Shoeing Options For Valgus And Varus Deformities
Knock-kneed and bowlegged are terms used to describe an individual’s gait or stance. A person who is knock-kneed has a medical condition known as a valgus deformity, an outward rotation of the tibia (distal leg bone) on the femur (proximal leg bone). Bowlegged describes a medical condition known as a varus deformity, an inward rotation of the tibia resulting in a leg that looks like it is bowed out.
A shepherd's crook deformity refers to a coxa varus angulation of the proximal femur is commonly seen in femoral involvement by fibrous dysplasia. Fibrous dysplasia (FD) is a benign tumour-like congenital process, manifested as a defect in osteoblastic differentiation and maturation, with progressive replacement of normal bone with immature woven bone. Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/fibrous-dysplasia