Chevron sign (achondroplasia)

Last revised by Owen Kang on 29 Mar 2021

The chevron sign refers to an inverted V-shape physis noted in children with achondroplasia. It is most commonly seen in the epiphysis of distal femur and tends to disappear with age 1,2.

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