BONE-ANATOMIC: Lower Extremities, Hips, and Pelvis

D-176Tibiotalar Tilt (Congenital, Developmental, or Acquired)
D-177Isolated Tibial Bowing
D-178Elongation of Fibula
D-179Aplasia, Hypoplasia, or Shortening of Fibula
D-180Congenital Syndromes with Absent, Hypoplastic, Dysplastic, Bipartite, or Dislocated Patella
D-181-1Abnormal Position of the Patella - Patella Alta (High Patella)
D-181-2Abnormal Position of the Patella - Patella Baja or Profunda (Low Patella)
D-182Lytic Patellar Lesion
D-183Enlargement of the Distal Femoral Intercondylar Notch
D-184Enlarged Medial Femoral Condyle
D-185Genu Varum (Bow Legs)
D-186Genu Valgum (Knock-Knees)
D-187-1Coxa Vara (Unilateral or Bilateral)
D-187-2Congenital Syndromes with Coxa Vara
D-188Coxa Valga
D-189-1Absent, Hypoplastic, or Deformed Proximal Femur
D-189-2Femoral Head Dysplasia
D-189-3Fragmented or Irregular Femoral Head
D-190Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis
D-191Protrusio Acetabuli (Unilateral or Bilateral)
D-192Congenital Syndromes with an Abnormal Pelvis (See also D-193-1 to D-195)
D-193-1Abnormal Pelvic Configuration in an Infant or Child - Small Sacroiliac (Sciatic) Notches
D-193-2Crenated or Serrated Iliac Crests in an Infant or Child
D-193-3Narrow Pelvis in an Infant or Child
D-193-4Pelvic Exostosis, Iliac Horn, Digit, or Rib in an Infant or Child
D-193-5Trident Pelvis (Triradiate Acetabulum) in an Infant or Child
D-194-1Congenital Syndromes with Flat or Decreased Acetabular Angle - TYPE A Pelvis
D-194-2Congenital Syndromes with Abnormal Acetabular Angle, Usually Flat or Decreased - TYPE B Pelvis
D-195Congenital Syndromes with Delayed or Defective Pelvic and/or Pubic Ossification (Wide Symphysis)
D-196Widening of the Pubic Symphysis
D-197Bridging or Fusion of the Pubic Symphysis