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In-toe gait examination

Discussion in 'Pediatrics' started by NewsBot, Apr 18, 2012.

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    Relationship between Physical Examinations and Two-Dimensional Computed Tomographic Findings in Children with Intoeing Gait.
    Kim HD, Lee DS, Eom MJ, Hwang JS, Han NM, Jo GY.
    Ann Rehabil Med. 2011

     
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    The physiological range of femoral antetorsion
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    Evaluation of Postural Control in Children With Increased Femoral Anteversion
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    Hawthorne Effect in Gait Analysis of Children with In-Toeing Caused by Increased Femoral Anteversion
    Ahmet Hamdi Akgülle et al
    Indian J Orthop. 2022 Aug 30;56(10):1789-1794
     
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