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Infant right leg has slight bow which can be observed while she walks. What could be the reason?

Hai Doctor I have a 13 month old baby girl..she started walking a month back..her right leg has a slight bow which can be observed while she walks..the left leg looks normal .what could be the reason for this? i have few questions: 1) Do psychological genuvaram cause bow only on one leg? 2) Since this is only on one leg- is there high possibility of this being ricket/blounts disease?
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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Hope you are doing good. Mostly babies which slightly bow has flat foot. there is also possibility of rickets. you should do X-ray wrist to rule of rickets ( Bone degeneration ) , x-ray knee joint and calcium levels to rule out the under lying cause of her slight bowing.

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