Lower Limb Deformities

Lower limb deformities may develop while a fetus is still in the uterus or during early childhood. These conditions affect the feet, ankles, and/or legs and vary in severity from being primarily aesthetic to affecting mobility. Deformities typically occur as a result of genetics, a fetus’ position in the womb, or vitamin/nutrition deficiencies but they can also be caused by several other factors. In some cases, malalignment of the legs can correct itself naturally. However, in the case where the condition persists or becomes more pronounced the proper medical attention needs to be given.

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