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GALLERY: Q Angle Genu Valgum

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Mild genu valgum is diagnosed when a person standing upright with the feet touching also shows the knees touching. It can be seen in children from ages 2 to 5, and is often corrected naturally as children grow. However, the condition may continue or worsen with age, particularly when it is the result of a disease, such as rickets or obesity . Idiopathic genu valgum is a form that is either congenital or has no known cause.

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