Blount syndrome

Case contributed by Dr Angela Byrne

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Patient Data

Age: 4 years
Gender: Female
X-ray

Beaking of the proximal tibial metaphysis on both sides, symmetrically. Slopping go the epiphysis bilaterally. Changes are all affecting the medial aspect of the bones. Also, medial physical irregularity bilaterally.  

MRI

Beaking of the proximal tibial metaphysis on both sides, symmetrically. Slopping go the epiphysis bilaterally. Changes are all affecting the medial aspect of the bones. Also, medial physical irregularity bilaterally.  

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Case information

rID: 7584
Published: 11th Nov 2009
Last edited: 13th Aug 2019
Tag: knee, tibia
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