Our son has many health issues,GERD,Congenital Heart Diseases,Reactive Airway Disease.a few weeks ago he had an annual x-ray done for his legs.he has flat feet.His ortho Dr noticed that all 4 of his leg bones are different sizes.He does have a leg length discrepancy of 6mm which is not such a big deal right now.He also had a bone age study done and they saw that some of the bones in his hand were measuring at 2years and 6 months and some at 4years and 8 months.He is 3years and 6 months old.He does have leg,ankle and foot pain.
If anyone has heard of the different sizes leg bones or the different ages in the hand bones please can you let us know.We are at a loss at how to proceed with this.His ped has sent his reports to a ped endo Dr to see if they can help us.Thanks in advance.
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