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Figure 2: (a) AP pelvis radiograph of a 9-year-old girl presented with severe antalgic gait showed severe bilateral and symmetrical epiphyseal fragmentation of the capital femoral epiphyses (non-spherical) associated with a shallow and irregularly ossified acetabular roof causing effectively the development of bilateral coxa vara. Her phenotype/genotype was consistent with the diagnosis of pseudoachondroplasia. (b) AP knee radiograph showed severe dysplastic irregularities and fragmentations/stippling of the inferior femoral and the superior tibial epiphyses associated with extensive metaphyseal striations around the knee. AP: Anteroposterior

Figure 2: (a) AP pelvis radiograph of a 9-year-old girl presented with severe antalgic gait showed severe bilateral and symmetrical epiphyseal fragmentation of the capital femoral epiphyses (non-spherical) associated with a shallow and irregularly ossified acetabular roof causing effectively the development of bilateral coxa vara. Her phenotype/genotype was consistent with the diagnosis of pseudoachondroplasia. (b) AP knee radiograph showed severe dysplastic irregularities and fragmentations/stippling of the inferior femoral and the superior tibial epiphyses associated with extensive metaphyseal striations around the knee. AP: Anteroposterior