short-limbed, disproportionate dwarfism
irregular, delayed ossification at multiple epiphyses
Bilateral flattening of the femoral heads sugguest MED. If noted a skeletal survey is indicated to evaluate other epipyses for involvement. Unilateral flattening of the femoral head suggests Perthes disease.
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Multiple Epiphyseal Dysplasia (MED)
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