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Knock-knee

Introduction: Knock-knee

Description of Knock-knee

Knock-knee: A condition where the legs bend inwards at the knees. Also called genu valgum.

Knock-knee: inward slant of the thigh.
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Knock-knee: Related Topics

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Knock-knee as a Symptom

Knock-knee (symptom): Knock-knee refers to a type of stance in which the knees are...more »

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WordNet 2.1

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