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Surgical Correction of Congenital Hip Dysplasia with Subsequent Dislocation
Surgical Correction of Congenital Hip Dysplasia with Subsequent Dislocation

Congenital Hip Dysplasia (Dislocated Hip) Surgery with Subsequent Dislocation of Hip. 1. Initial illustration depicting the appearance of the infant's left hip dislocation with a description of how femoral traction is utilized in an attempt to stretch the muscles allowing for proper positioning of the femur; 2. Pelvic osteotomy with relocation of the femur and fixation with multiple plate and screws; and finally 3. Subsequent failed condition with continued dislocation of the femur from the hip joint.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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