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Gösta Ullmark

Introduction Dislocation after total hip arthroplasty (THA) is a difficult problem for the patient, the treating surgeon, and is associated with a considerable extra cost for the health care system. 1 The true prevalence of post

Ioannis Gkiatas, Anastasia Boptsi, Dimitra Tserga, Ioannis Gelalis, Dimitrios Kosmas, and Emilios Pakos

Introduction Developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH), also known by the preceding term congenital dislocation of the hip (CDH), is one of the most prevalent congenital malformations. 1 , 2 DDH has a wide spectrum of anatomical

Alfonso Vaquero-Picado, Gaspar González-Morán, Enrique Gil Garay, and Luis Moraleda

clinical course, treatment and prognosis are also different. When facing a child with DDH, it is very important to determine whether the hip is concentrically reduced. Classical terms such as ‘congenital dislocation of the hip’ or ‘congenital dysplasia of

Maurizio De Pellegrin, Lucrezia Montanari, Desiree Moharamzadeh, and Oliver Eberhardt

declared. References 1. Huffman GR Safran M . Arthroscopic treatment of labral tears . Oper Tech Sports Med 2002 ; 10 : 205 – 214 . 2. Severin E . Congenital dislocation of the hip: development of the

Bülent Atilla

, Ranawat CS . Total hip replacement in congenital dislocation and dysplasia of the hip . J Bone Joint Surg [Am] 1979 ; 61-A : 15 - 23 . 10 Tokgozoglu AM , Caglar O . Total hip replacement in high riding developmental

K Venkatadass, V Durga Prasad, Nasser Mohammed Mansor Al Ahmadi, and S Rajasekaran

long-term outcome of congenital hip dislocation . Journal of Orthopaedic Research 1990 8 504 – 513 . ( ) 2355290 3 Guille JT Pizzutillo PD MacEwen GD . Developmental dysplasia of the hip from birth to six

Philippe Chiron and Nicolas Reina

Orthopaedics 2021 45 1591 – 1598 . ( ) 32556587 41. Ferguson Jr AB Primary open reduction of congenital dislocation of the hip using a median adductor approach . Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery: American Volume

Chilan Bou Ghosson Leite, Patricia Moreno Grangeiro, Diego Ubrig Munhoz, Pedro Nogueira Giglio, Gilberto Luis Camanho, and Riccardo Gomes Gobbi

the femur is intact, with normal knee and hip mobility. Type II describes mobile pseudarthrosis of the hip. Type III characterizes severe diaphyseal femoral deficiency, and Type IV presents deficiency of the distal femur. 3 Other congenital

Pieter Bas de Witte, Christiaan J A van Bergen, Babette L de Geest, Floor Willeboordse, Joost H van Linge, Yvon M den Hartog, Magritha (Margret) M H P Foreman-van Drongelen, Renske M Pereboom, Simon G F Robben, Bart J Burger, M Adhiambo Witlox, and Melinda M E H Witbreuk

. Mean follow-up was 70 months (range: 26 – 228). Matsushita (1999) performed a retrospective cohort study in children with congenital hip dislocation ( 23 ), to compare the wide exposure method (circumferential capsulotomy, including the release of the

Stig Storgaard Jakobsen, Søren Overgaard, Kjeld Søballe, Ole Ovesen, Bjarne Mygind-Klavsen, Christian Andreas Dippmann, Michael Ulrich Jensen, Jens Stürup, and Jens Retpen

avascular necrosis of the femoral head, femoral neck fracture or hip instability with anterior dislocation, are rare conditions with a rate of approximately 0.45% to 0.58%. 47 , 54 , 55 , 57 Results Recent studies show symptomatic improvement