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Pre Lateral Photograph II Hip Flexion 20°, Knee Flexion 40° Pre AP Photograph I 40° 20° C.G. Line
Pre AP Photograph III, IV, V
TM 202° MC 88° TC 70° Normal Values- Tibio Metatarsal angle (TM) 110° Metatarso Calcaneal angle (MC) 135° Tibio Calcaeal angle (TM) 115° Pre Radiograph
Post Lateral Photograph I Sug. Post AP Photograph I Sug.
Lengthening 3 cm.
Post AP Photograph II Sug.
Post Photograph III Sug. Post AP Photograph III Sug.
Final Lateral PhotographFinal AP Photograph C.G. Line
Final Lateral Load bearing Photograph Final Posterior Load Bearing Photograph C.G. Line
Final Radiographs TM 150° MC 115° TC 120° Normal Values- Tibio Metatarsal angle (TM) 110° Metatarso Calcaneal angle (MC) 135° Tibio Calcaeal angle (TC) 115°
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