The limping child: evaluation and diagnosis.

Abstract

A limp is a common reason for a child to present to the orthopaedist. Because of the long list of potential diagnoses, some of which demand urgent treatment, an organized approach to evaluation is required. With an understanding of normal and abnormal gait, a directed history and physical examination, and the development of a differential diagnosis based on… (More)

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