developmental hip dysplasia

developmental hip dysplasia

a developmental abnormality in which a neonate's hips easily become dislocated; etiology is complex, with birthing presentation and mechanical, familial, and hormonal factors all contributing; female predominance is 6:1.

con·gen·i·tal hip dys·pla·si·a

(kŏn-jen'i-tăl hip dis-plā'zē-ă)
A developmental abnormality in which a neonate's hips easily become dislocated; etiology is complex, with mechanical, familial, hormonal, and obstetric factors all contributing; female predominance is 9:1.
Synonym(s): developmental hip dysplasia.
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Patients with developmental hip dysplasia (DDH) have a femoral head dislocation and acetabular developmental dysplasia, and may have secondary osteoarthritis.
Specifically discussed are developmental hip dysplasia, Legg-Calve-Perth syndrome, slipped capital femoral epiphysis, limb-length discrepancies and limb deficiency, limb and spinal fractures, and sports medicine.
10-16) A positive family history for developmental hip dysplasia may be found in 12% to 33% of patients who have DDH.
Community practitioners have a unique role working with families and young children, and can prove vital in preventing problems associated with developmental hip dysplasia (DDH), which may affect a child for the rest of its life.
Introductory chapters covering anatomy, tissue healing, and the principles of fractures are followed by those focusing on disorders such as rheumatic diseases and developmental hip dysplasia.
Ultrasonography in the diagnosis and management of developmental hip dysplasia (UK Hip Trial): clinical and economic results of a multicentre randomised controlled trial Lancet 2002; 360:2009-2017.
All newborns should be screened for developmental hip dysplasia, guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics say
1] The successful outcome of developmental hip dysplasia depends on early diagnosis and treatment.
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9-13) The indications are currently expanding to include other causes of secondary arthritis, such as osteonecrosis, developmental hip dysplasia, and Perthes disease, although the results may be less predictable.
Other topics that have been addressed include otitis media, urinary tract infections, gastroenteritis, and developmental hip dysplasia.

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