The limping child.

@article{Barkin2000TheLC,
  title={The limping child.},
  author={Roger M. Barkin and Shari Barkin and Adam Z. Barkin},
  journal={The Journal of emergency medicine},
  year={2000},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={
          331-9
        }
}
The limping child often presents to the emergency department with a nonspecific history and physical examination. The components of gait, the pathophysiology of specific abnormalities, and the conditions that may produce long-term morbidity must be identified expeditiously to assure return to normal function. Ancillary data and imaging may be essential for appropriate management. 
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