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Case 9.7.6 Infant hip
Developmental dysplasia of the hip
Miscellaneous neonatal hip pathology


Detorioration of developmental dysplasia of the hip:
Detorioration of developmental dysplasia of the hip on the right side in a female patient at the age of 1 month with physiological immaturat ...
The same patient continued:
Detorioration of developmental dysplasia of the hip on the right side in the same patient at the age of 5 months with a Graf type 2C hip wit ...
Detorioration of developmental dysplasia of the hip:
Detorioration of developmental dysplasia of the hip on the left side. At the age of 6 weeks there is a Graf type 2 hip. The bony roof is ade ...
Detorioration of developmental dysplasia of the hip:
Detoriation of the right hip from a Graf type 1 to a Graf type 2B hip while the left hip remains normal
Femoral head necrosis as a complication of developmental dysplasia of the hip:
Type D hip on the left side with an eccentric hip. The bony roof is severely deficient. The superior bony rim is flattened and the cartilagi ...
Detorioration of developmental dysplasia of the hip:
Detorioration of developmental dysplasia of the hip on the right side in a female patient at the age of 1 month with physiological immaturat ...
The same patient continued:
Detorioration of developmental dysplasia of the hip on the right side in the same patient at the age of 5 months with a Graf type 2C hip wit ...
Detorioration of developmental dysplasia of the hip:
Detorioration of developmental dysplasia of the hip on the left side. At the age of 6 weeks there is a Graf type 2 hip. The bony roof is ade ...
Detorioration of developmental dysplasia of the hip:
Detoriation of the right hip from a Graf type 1 to a Graf type 2B hip while the left hip remains normal
Femoral head necrosis as a complication of developmental dysplasia of the hip:
Type D hip on the left side with an eccentric hip. The bony roof is severely deficient. The superior bony rim is flattened and the cartilagi ...
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