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Blount Barber syndrome

also listed as Blounts disease;Tibia vara

7 people found, showing 1 to 7

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Dorset ( South West )

Mar 2003  female
Family type: not given
Siblings: 2
Disabled siblings: 0
Username: honey2
Relationship: Female
Other conditions: None

Last updated: 26 Sep 2007
Brief summary: hello my daughter has just been told that she needs an opp for blounts. can anyone give me imformation about the opp, as there is not a lot out there on the web about the disease... thanks

Aug 2003  female
Family type: two parent family
Siblings: 4
Disabled siblings: 0
Username: mummsie
Relationship: Mother
Other conditions: None

Last updated: 09 Apr 2008
Brief summary: hello i have a 4 year old who was diagnosed with blount's disease last year . we was told last year that no op would be need , but this year at the check up it has been decided that a op is now need. so little info about this anywhere.

Hampshire ( South East )

Mar 2001  female
Family type: two parent family
Siblings: 1
Disabled siblings: 0
Username: itsg3again
Relationship: Father
Other conditions: None

Last updated: 30 Jul 2008
Brief summary: She was diagnosed in 2003 with blounts disease. She has had two bilateral tibial osteotomy's. 8 plates inserted and since removed. next solution is a frame.

Ireland (Republic of) ( Rest of Europe )

Jan 2005  male
Family type: two parent family
Siblings: 2
Disabled siblings: 0
Username: jude32
Relationship: Mother
Other conditions: None

Last updated: 28 Jan 2006
Brief summary: After having x rays our son has just been diagnosed yesterday with blounts disease at 18 months having showed signs of a bowed left leg and tripping. He did walk early but is not overweight. He is quite tall - 89 cm tall. Weve been told it is a mild for

Dec 2002  male
Family type: not given
Siblings: 0
Disabled siblings: 0
Username: philips 105E
Relationship: Father
Other conditions: None

Last updated: 27 Dec 2004
Brief summary: Blount's Disease(tibia vara) is a malformation of the tibia bone in the lower leg.It results in the bone not growing straight and the feet being slightly turned in, similar to being hen-toed

Scotland

Jan 1996  male
Family type: not given
Siblings: 0
Disabled siblings: 0
Username: Shoefayre
Relationship: Mother
Other conditions: None

Last updated: 16 Feb 2007
Brief summary: My name is Angela and my son has Blount's Disease. He was diagnosed in 1998 when he was 2 and a half. He is now 11. I am hoping to chat with other families who are affected by Blount's. I would love some advise and I'm sure I would be able to answe

United States of America ( Americas )

Jun 2006  male
Family type: two parent family
Siblings: 4
Disabled siblings: 2
Username: sahmof5
Relationship: Mother
Last updated: 16 Nov 2010
Brief summary: My youngest of my boys has had severe/moderate health problems and today he was finanlly diagnosed with Blount Diease.. He's already had other surgerys and is also autistic

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