Hip Disorders in Children
Postgraduate Orthopedics Series: Hip Disorders in Children is a seven-chapter text that reviews the disorders of the developing hip. This book discusses the broad spectrum of mal-development in the structure of femur and the classification of femoral dysplasia and prognosis of the hip. The first chapters cover the general observations upon cause, nature, and conditions of congenital dislocation of the hip; management of congenital dislocation beyond the neonatal stage; application of Hey Groves-Colonna capsular arthroplasty; management of primary subluxation; and pyogenic arthritis of infancy...
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Congenital Dislocation of the Hip and Associated Conditions
Pyogenic Arthritis of the Hip
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abduction and internal abnormal acetabular acetabular dysplasia acetabulum adductor adult anteversion arthritis arthrodesis avascular necrosis bilateral Bone Jt Surg capital epiphysis capsule cartilage Catterall cent child clinical complication congenital dislocation Congenital short femur congruity contracture correction coxa deficiency deformity delay develop diagnosis distal epiphyseal plate femoral head femoral neck femoral osteotomy Figure flexion fragment growth plate hip joint immobilization incidence indicated infection injury innominate osteotomy instability internal fixation internal rotation ischaemia joint laxity knee later Lloyd-Roberts manipulative reduction medial method neonatal non-union normal Number occurred onset open reduction operation Orthopaedic ossification osteoarthritis osteotomy outcome pain patients pelvic obliquity persistent Perthes Disease plaster position possible posterior present prognosis proximal femoral pseudarthrosis psoas radiograph radiological Ratliff risk scoliosis secondary shortening significant slipped upper femoral splint stability subluxation suppurative arthritis surgeon surgical symptoms tibial traction transcervical treatment trochanter trochanteric tumour Type unilateral untreated upper femoral epiphysis usually varus walking