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acetabular

 [as″ĕ-tab´u-ler]
pertaining to the acetabulum.

ac·e·tab·u·lar

(as-ĕ-tab'yū-lăr),
Relating to the acetabulum.

acetabular

/ac·e·tab·u·lar/ (as″ĕ-tab´u-lar) pertaining to the acetabulum.

acetabular

[as′ətab′yələr]
Etymology: L, acetabulum, little saucer
pertaining to the acetabulum.

ac·e·tab·u·lar

(as-ĕ-tab'yū-lăr)
Relating to the acetabulum.

acetabulum

(as″ĕ-tab′ū-lŭm) [L., a little saucer for vinegar]
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ACETABULUM OF RIGHT HIP BONE (FEMALE)
The cavity or depression on the lateral surface of the innominate bone (hip bone). This bone is composed of the three bones ilium, ischium, and pubis, and provides the socket into which the head of the femur fits. acetabular (-lăr), adjective See: illustration

acetabular

pertaining to the acetabulum.

acetabular dysplasia
see hip dysplasia.
acetabular sourcil
thickening of subchondral acetabular bone. Used as an indicator of biomechanics in the canine hip joint and in radiographic assessment for hip dysplasia.
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82) The femoral osteotomy can be added if significant femoral deformity exists; however, it is rarely indicated as an isolate procedure in patients with acetabular dysplasia.
In patients with severe acetabular dysplasia that do not have a congruent joint, but have minimal arthritic changes, a redirectional osteotomy cannot correct their abnormal morphology.
83) However, proximal femoral osteotomies along are rarely useful in stabilizing hips with acetabular dysplasia in skeletally mature patients.
83) This situation is generally only found in patients with coax valga and mild acetabular dysplasia.
Acetabular dysplasia and familial joint laxity: two etiological factors in congenital dislocation of the hip.
Demographic differences in adolescent-diagnosed and adult-diagnosed acetabular dysplasia compared with infantile developmental dysplasia of the hip.
Acetabular dysplasia in the adolescent and young adult.
Arthroscopic disease classification and interventions as an adjunct in the treatment of acetabular dysplasia.
Clinical presentation of symptomatic acetabular dysplasia in skeletally mature patients.
Periacetabular osteotomy after failed hip arthroscopy for labral tears in patients with acetabular dysplasia.
Periacetabular osteotomy for the treatment of severe acetabular dysplasia.
Pathomorphological characteristics of post-traumatic acetabular dysplasia.