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www.science20.com/news_articles/henry_viii_and_miscarriages_was_it_kell...

That immobility is consistent with a known McLeod syndrome case in which a patient began to notice weakness in his right leg when he was 37, and atrophy in both his legs by age 47, the report notes. Whitley and Kramer argue that the Tudor king could have been suffering from medical conditions such as these in combination with McLeod syndrome ...

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1134222/King-size-Henry-VIIIs-armour-reveals...

He was an immense figure in the history of England but a study of Henry VIII's body armour has revealed just how big. The 16th century monarch had a whopping 52-inch waist and 53-inch chest.

www.nytimes.com/1995/05/12/us/hospital-settles-case-of-amputation-error.html

Mr. King, 51, a heavy-equipment operator with a diabetes-related circulatory disease, was to have his right leg cut off below the knee on Feb. 20. But the left one was removed instead following a ...

www.mastersinhealthcare.com/blog/2011/10-most-famous-medical-mistakes-of-all-time

Removed Wrong Leg: One of the most publicized and shocking surgical mistakes of the 20th century happened to 52-year-old Willie King, who underwent an amputation surgery in 1995 to remove a diseased leg, but the surgeon removed the wrong one. Dr. Rolando R. Sanchez was the surgeon who was responsible for King’s healthy leg. According to the ...

www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/king-tut-0012876

Close-up of King Tut's head. (Fæ / CC BY-SA 4.0 ) However, the theory that he was murdered has been challenged by Dr. Zahi Hawass, one of the most high-profile experts on ancient Egypt in the world. He long ago rejected the theory that King Tutankhamun was murdered. The expert argues that the piece of loose bone fell from the skull of the pharaoh after death. A recent scan indicates that ...

jesus-is-savior.com/Bible/king_james-the_man.htm

King James was became King of Scotland in 1567 when he was 13 months old and acceded to the English throne in 1603. Reformation leader John Knox read the sermon when he was crowned King. He endured racism as a Scot ruling over the English, nevertheless had the love and admiration of many subjects.

abcnews.go.com/Health/story?id=3789868

In what was perhaps the most publicized case of a surgical mistake in its time, a Tampa, Fla. surgeon mistakenly removed the wrong leg of his patient, 52-year-old Willie King, during an amputation ...

leightonlaw.com/12-famous-medical-malpractice-cases

In one of the most tragic surgical errors, 52 year-old Willie King was supposed to have a diseased leg amputated in 1995. Instead the surgeon took the wrong one off. As in many wrong site surgery cases, there were a series of mistakes that led to the wrong leg being amputated.

www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2010/2/100216-king-tut-malaria-bones-inbred...

The "frail boy" needed a cane to walk, had history's earliest genetically proven case of malaria, and was sired by siblings, says a new DNA study of King Tut and relatives.

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I'm not so sure he had anything wrong with his legs except for occasional bouts of gout, which can cause some swelling and become very painful. His physical depiction in the movie Elizabeth: The Golden Age is a bit biased and theatrical, not really based on fact. Hope this helps.