The combination of a bow leg on one side with a knock knee on the other.
A patient is said to have 'windswept knees' when the one knee is in valgus (knock-kneed) and the other is in varus (bow-legged).
Part 2a of a course by Mr (Dr) Adrian Wilson on realignment osteotomy for knee pain.
The lateral meniscus is the shockabsorber on the outer side of the knee (the lateral side), between tibia and femur.
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