| Findings: |
Shortened, bowed radii bilaterally, with what appears to be
congenital dislocation of the radial heads. This would account for lack of
pronation and supination at the elbow joint. In addition, radius and ulna
appear somewhat shortened, with respect to the humerus.
In the lower extremities, note is made of shortened tibias and fibulas, with respect to the femurs. There appears to be coxa valga deformity of the hips, which is likely congenital, and may be a cause of problems with the child's gait.
- mesomelic dwarfism
- Turner's syndrome