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Familial dysautonomia patient posture

Adolescent with familial dysautonomia. In the front view, the sloping shoulders, elevated right hip, prominent tibial torsion, and ankle pronation are apparent. In the side view, the high cervical kyphosis and forward thrust of the head should be noted. (Contributed by Dr. Felicia Axelrod.)

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