Rashij, Shabana CM
This report describes a case study of a two and half years old male child with bilateral tibia varum and non-united fracture at the left tibia, referred for Physiotherapy. He was a term child, born to a NCM couple with no neurological complications. No history of early sepsis or systemic complications were reported. All milestones were attained in time. Child had age related social and communication skills. On evaluation, he has Macrocephaly, multiple cafe au lait spots, freckles at groin and axilla. This case was diagnosed as Neurofibromatosis Type 1. Physiotherapy objectives and plans are described and are open for discussion.
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