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Pediatrics | 9.7 Infant hip and knee
Case 9.7.5 Infant hip
Developmental dysplasia of the hip
Graf type 4


Graf type 4:
Graf type 4
Graf type 4:
Graf type 4 hip with downwards displaced cartilaginous roof on the left side and a Graf type 1 on the right side
Graf type 4:
Graf type 4 hip with downwards displaced cartilaginous roof on the left side and a Graf type 1 on the right side
Graf type 4:
Graf type 4 hip with a medially and downwards displaced cartilaginous roof on the left side and a Graf type 1 on the right side
Graf type 4:
Graf type 4 hip with downwards displaced cartilaginous roof on both sides
Graf type 4:
Graf type 4 hip on the left side and a Graf type 1 hip on the right side
Graf type 4:
Graf type 4 hip on the right side
Graf type 4 hip with persistent interposition of the labrum:
Graf type 4 hip with persistent interposition of the labrum January
The same patient continued:
Graf type 4 hip with persistent interposition of the labrum May
Graf type 4:
Graf type 4
Graf type 4:
Graf type 4 hip with downwards displaced cartilaginous roof on the left side and a Graf type 1 on the right side
Graf type 4:
Graf type 4 hip with downwards displaced cartilaginous roof on the left side and a Graf type 1 on the right side
Graf type 4:
Graf type 4 hip with a medially and downwards displaced cartilaginous roof on the left side and a Graf type 1 on the right side
Graf type 4:
Graf type 4 hip with downwards displaced cartilaginous roof on both sides
Graf type 4:
Graf type 4 hip on the left side and a Graf type 1 hip on the right side
Graf type 4:
Graf type 4 hip on the right side
Graf type 4 hip with persistent interposition of the labrum:
Graf type 4 hip with persistent interposition of the labrum January
The same patient continued:
Graf type 4 hip with persistent interposition of the labrum May
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