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Pediatrics | 9.7 Infant hip and knee
Case 9.7.2 Infant hip
Developmental dysplasia of the hip
Graf type 2


Graf type 2A:
Graf type 2A
Graf type 2A:
Graf type 2A hip with rounded superior bony rim
Graf type 2A+:
Graf type 2A+
Graf type 2A-:
Graf type 2A-
Graf type 2B:
Graf type 2B
Graf type 2B:
Graf type 2B
Graf type 2B:
Graf type 2 B hip in a 3 month old child on the right side with an alpha angle of 54°. Graf type 1 hip on the left side with a blunt bony ri ...
Graf type 2B:
Graf 2B hip
Graf type 2B:
Graf 2B and a Graf type 1
Graf type 2B:
Graf type 2B and Graf type 1 with blunt superior bony rim
Graf type 2B:
Graf type 2B hip on the right side and a Graf type 1 hip on the left side
Graf type 2B:
Graf type 2 B hip with a slightly dysplastic left hip
Graf type 2B:
Developmental dysplasia of the hip with a Graf type 2B hip on the left side and a Graf type 1 on the right side
Graf type 2B:
Developmental dysplasia of the hip with a Graf type 2B hip on the left side and a Graf type 1 on the right side
Graf type 2B:
Graf type 2 B hip on the right side and a type 2C on the left side
Graf type 2C stable:
Graf type 2C
Graf type 2C stable:
Graf Type 2C stable
Graf type 2C stable:
Graf type 2 C hip on the left side in a 1 month old female alpha angle 49 of degrees
Graf type 2C stable:
Developmental dysplasia of the hips with a Graf type 2 C hip on both side The bony roof is very steep but the hips are not displaced
Graf type 2C instable:
Graf type 2C
Graf type 2 C instable:
Graf type 1 hip on the right side and Graf type 2 C instable hip on the left side with and without pressure
Graf type 2 C instable:
Graf type 2 C instable hip on the left side with and without pressure
Graf type 2 C instable:
Graf type 2 C instable with pressure: cineloop during pressure
Graf type 2A:
Graf type 2A
Graf type 2A:
Graf type 2A hip with rounded superior bony rim
Graf type 2A+:
Graf type 2A+
Graf type 2A-:
Graf type 2A-
Graf type 2B:
Graf type 2B
Graf type 2B:
Graf type 2B
Graf type 2B:
Graf type 2 B hip in a 3 month old child on the right side with an alpha angle of 54°. Graf type 1 hip on the left side with a blunt bony ri ...
Graf type 2B:
Graf 2B hip
Graf type 2B:
Graf 2B and a Graf type 1
Graf type 2B:
Graf type 2B and Graf type 1 with blunt superior bony rim
Graf type 2B:
Graf type 2B hip on the right side and a Graf type 1 hip on the left side
Graf type 2B:
Graf type 2 B hip with a slightly dysplastic left hip
Graf type 2B:
Developmental dysplasia of the hip with a Graf type 2B hip on the left side and a Graf type 1 on the right side
Graf type 2B:
Developmental dysplasia of the hip with a Graf type 2B hip on the left side and a Graf type 1 on the right side
Graf type 2B:
Graf type 2 B hip on the right side and a type 2C on the left side
Graf type 2C stable:
Graf type 2C
Graf type 2C stable:
Graf Type 2C stable
Graf type 2C stable:
Graf type 2 C hip on the left side in a 1 month old female alpha angle 49 of degrees
Graf type 2C stable:
Developmental dysplasia of the hips with a Graf type 2 C hip on both side The bony roof is very steep but the hips are not displaced
Graf type 2C instable:
Graf type 2C
Graf type 2 C instable:
Graf type 1 hip on the right side and Graf type 2 C instable hip on the left side with and without pressure
Graf type 2 C instable:
Graf type 2 C instable hip on the left side with and without pressure
Graf type 2 C instable:
Graf type 2 C instable with pressure: cineloop during pressure
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