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A Child with a Limp - A Clinical Approach

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Author(s): Dr Robert Humphreys

Journal: Scottish Universities Medical Journal
ISSN 2049-8454

Volume: 2;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 39;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: paediatrics |  orthopaedics 

ABSTRACT
Limp is a common presentation in Paediatrics. Fortunately for the majority it will represent a benign problem that settles with minimal or no intervention. It may be as simple as poorly fitting new shoes or a verruca. However, in amongst the self limiting problems are relatively rare but potentially devastating diagnoses such as joint infection or malignancy. To have a reasonable chance of picking up on these at an early stage requires a thorough approach to every limping child. This article will review the key points that are important to consider when approaching a child with a limp.
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