Origin of knock-knee
Examples from the Web for knock-knee
Historical Examples of knock-knee
There may be knock-knee on the one side and bow-knee on the other.
In oblique fracture a gliding displacement is liable to occur and cause bow- or knock-knee.
If allowed to unite with the condyle displaced, the articular surface is oblique and bow- or knock-knee results.
Laxity of the ligaments and knock-knee are predisposing factors.
Flat-foot is often associated with knock-knee in children and young adults who are the subject of rickets.