Glossary for Intoeing
Medical terms related to Intoeing or mentioned in this section include:
- Asymmetric limbs in children: Asymmetric limbs in children refers to a condition in which the arms and/or legs are not evenly formed or shaped in a child.
- Blount disease: A bone developmental disorder that affects the shin bone (tibia) resulting in a progressive bow-legged appearance due to the inward facing angle of the shin bone. One or both legs may be affected.
- Bow legs: Bowlegs is a condition in which the knees remain wide apart when a person stands with the feet and ankles together
- Bowed legs in children: Bowed legs in children refers to a deformity of the legs in which a child's legs are abnormally bent outward.
- Constant in toeing: Constant intoeing refers to a steady pattern of pointing the feet and toes inward instead of straight ahead while walking or running.
- Genu varum: A condition where the legs bend outwards at the knees. Also called bowleg.
- Intoeing in children: Intoeing in children refers to the turning in of a child's feet while walking or running instead of keeping them pointing straight ahead.
- Metatarsus adductus: A foot deformity that occurs at birth. The bones in the middle of the foot are bent inwards making the front half of the foot turn inwards. It is most likely caused by the position of the fetus while in the womb. The severity of the condition is variable with some cases resolving on their own whereas others require casts to realign the foot.
- Rickets: A condition that affects the bones due to vitamin D deficiency
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