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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unequal_leg_length

Unequal leg length is where the legs are either different lengths or appear to be different ... injuries in the pelvis or upper leg, one leg or hip is held higher and tighter than the other (hypertonicity in the musculature of the pelvis or leg).

health.usnews.com/health-care/patient-advice/articles/2017-08-15/what-to-do-when-one-leg-is-shorter-than-the-other

Aug 15, 2017 ... Doug Brayton, a lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy in Norfolk, Virginia, says he first noticed his left leg was shorter than his right when he ...

www.spinemd.com/news-philanthropy/leg-length-discrepancy-linked-to-lower-back-pain

Apr 10, 2013 ... Have you ever been told or noticed that one of your legs is a bit longer than the other? Do you have incidences of lower back pain? These two ...

somaticmovementcenter.com/uneven-leg-length-the-myth-of-uneven-leg-length

Jan 14, 2016 ... If you've been diagnosed with uneven leg length, the problem most likely ... to have one leg longer than the other, the odds of your leg length ...

orthoinfo.aaos.org/topic.cfm?topic=a00259

In other cases, illness or injury causes a discrepancy in length to develop over time. While a slight difference in leg length may not cause symptoms, a significant ... the arm and leg on one side of the body are either longer or shorter than the ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=One+Leg+Shorter+than+the+other&v=rSZpKiQc0m0
Aug 30, 2012 ... Dude in question probably has a slightly fallen arch on the foot of the shorter leg. This foot is probably larger (longer) due to flatness from the ...

www.newhealthadvisor.com/one-leg-longer-than-the-other.html

Do you think that your one leg is shorter than the other? Differences in leg lengths, shoes sizes, and eyeglasses prescriptions are common. What matters is the ...

www.sdri.net/injuries/lower-body-injuries/leg-length-discrepancy

Apr 28, 2017 ... It is common for people to have one leg longer than the other. In fact, it is more typical to be asymmetrical than it is to be symmetrical!

www.fairview.org/patient-education/89068

Your child has been diagnosed with a leg-length discrepancy. This means that your child's legs are slightly different lengths, with one leg longer than the other.