LERI-WEILL DYSCHONDROSTEOSIS

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Growth
Adult height 135cm to normal
Female preponderance
Madelung deformity more frequent and more severe in females
Short stature
Limbs Abnormality
Altered osseous alignment at wrist
Bowing of radius
Coxa valga
Dislocated ulna
Dislocation of ulna at wrist elbow or both
Distal hypoplasia of the dorsally dislocated ulna leading to a widened gap between radius and ulna
Increased carrying angle
Limitation of movement
Short forearm
Short lower leg
Wide gap between radius and ulna
Oral
High arched palate
Skeletal
Abnormal femoral neck
Abnormal tuberosity of humerus
Bowing of the tibia
Dorsal subluxation of ulna 
Exostoses from proximal tibia and/or fibula
Limited elbow mobility 
Limited wrist mobility
Madelung wrist deformity (74% of LWD patients)
Mesomelia 
Metaphyseal flaring in metacarpal and metatarsal bones
Scoliosis
Short fourth metacarpal or metatarsal bones
Short, mildly curved tibia
Small hands and feet