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Knock knees

Knock knees: Introduction

A childhood deformity where the knees rub together and the heels tend to be further apart than normal when walking. The condition is mostly caused by irregular growth of the lower leg bones and weak ligaments which results in inadequate support of the body's weight causing the knees to come together and the ankles to spread apart. Often the condition will correct itself as the lower body parts strengthen but sometimes intervention such as braces are necessary. ...more »

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