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Hypoplastic and deformed femoral heads, coxa vara, short and wide femoral necks and short long bones were found in radiographs of pelvis and long bones in most individuals.
The second case had short stature, bilateral growth failure in the clavicles (pseudoarthrosis on the right side and lateral aplasia on the left one), widened pubic symphysis, coxa vara, dental problems, progressive scoliosis/kyphosis, and a positive family history.
(1,2) Sariyilmaz et al used coxa vara and the resulting mechanical abnormality as an additional indication for surgery.
Coxa vara is most commonly caused by an injury, either a fracture of the neck of the femur or an injury sustained to the growing part of the bone during adolescence.
Conditions producing bumps over the head neck junction (Slipped Upper Femoral Epiphysis (SUFE), Perthe's, Coxa Vara etc) or conditions resulting in deepened socket (Coax profunda, Protrusio, Retroversion of acetabulum, etc) produce impingement.
En cuanto a la displasia espondilo-epifisiaria congenita, en esta se evidencia platiespondilia, cifosis y coxa vara (7).
Then follows a section on anatomic disorders, which covers disorders of the neck, scoliosis, kyphosis, other anatomic disorders of the spine, disorders of the upper extremity, developmental dysplasia of the hip, Legg-Calve-Perthes disease, slipped capital femoral epiphysis, congenital coxa vara, disorders of the femur, disorders of the knee, disorders of the leg, disorders of the foot, and limb length discrepancy.
[S] My 10-year-old son was diagnosed as having Patterson-Lowry rhizomelic dysplasia (a rare skeletal disorder that is characterized by shortening of the long bones, especially the anus; coxa vara, where the thigh bone is angled toward the center of the body; short stature; and limited shoulder motion).
A decrease in the normal neck shaft angle is known as coxa vara. While if the angle is more than 140[degrees].
Radiographs showed coxa vara and gradual bone formation between the arch of Adams and the lesser trochanter.