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A 6-year-old girl is referred for bilateral in-toeing gait. Which of the following physical examination findings would make increased femoral anterversion the most likely reason for this finding?
Thigh-foot angle with 15 degrees of internal rotation
Thigh-foot angle with 40 degrees of external rotation
Convex lateral border of foot
Hips with 80 degrees of internal rotation and 15 degrees of external rotation
Hips with 50 degrees of internal rotation and 30 degrees of external rotation
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