Child With Fanconi syndrome

Friday, May 21, 2010
This is the Xray showing the hands and the wrists of a two and half year old child who was initially diagnosed patient with fanconi syndrome now presented with Bow legs(Genu Vulgus) and Short Stature.


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12 comments

  1. JJ Says:
  2. Rickets?

     
  3. ujala Says:
  4. Cupping n wide space between wrist
    most probably Rickets

     
  5. DR.AYHAM Says:
  6. bow legs and cupped wrists most likely rickets

     
  7. Anonymous Says:
  8. ricket

     
  9. nishit Says:
  10. increased space between ulna,radius and the carpal bones, abnormal widening at the distal radius and ulna, bow shaped legs, and a history of fanconi syndrome.... all suggestive of rickets.

     
  11. Anonymous Says:
  12. because of phosphaturia,they are prone to Rickets and it is the exact diagnosis !

     
  13. waseem Says:
  14. Everything suggestive of rickets

     
  15. Ahmad Says:
  16. Multiple Epiphysial dysplasia

     
  17. Anonymous Says:
  18. I think there's an error - shouldn't it be "Genu Varum"? Knock-knees is "Genu Valgus" (not "Vulgus").

     
  19. Anonymous Says:
  20. Sorry, I meant "Valgum/Vulgum" above.

     
  21. Anonymous Says:
  22. rickets

     
  23. maame Says:
  24. i agree bow leg is VARUS not valgus!

     

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