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What is Bowing of long bones congenital?

What is Bowing of long bones congenital?

  • Bowing of long bones congenital: A rare congenital disorder where the long bones in the arms and legs are abnormally bowed or shortened. The most common bones involved are the thigh, shin and forearm (ulna) bones. The deformity is often associated with other abnormalities.

Ophanet, a consortium of European partners, currently defines a condition rare when it affects 1 person per 2,000. They list Bowing of long bones congenital as a "rare disease".
Source - Orphanet

Bowing of long bones congenital: Introduction

Types of Bowing of long bones congenital:

Broader types of Bowing of long bones congenital:

What causes Bowing of long bones congenital?

Causes of Bowing of long bones congenital: see causes of Bowing of long bones congenital

What are the symptoms of Bowing of long bones congenital?

Symptoms of Bowing of long bones congenital: see symptoms of Bowing of long bones congenital

Bowing of long bones congenital: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Bowing of long bones congenital.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Bowing of long bones congenital.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Bowing of long bones congenital: Orthopedic Surgeon ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Bowing of long bones congenital.
Treatments for Bowing of long bones congenital: see treatments for Bowing of long bones congenital

Name and Aliases of Bowing of long bones congenital

Main name of condition: Bowing of long bones congenital

Other names or spellings for Bowing of long bones congenital:

long bone bowing

 

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