Author(s): Kosuge D, Yamada N, Azegami S, Achan P, Ramachandran M
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Abstract The term developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) describes a spectrum of disorders that results in abnormal development of the hip joint. If not treated successfully in childhood, these patients may go on to develop hip symptoms and/or secondary osteoarthritis in adulthood. In this review we describe the altered anatomy encountered in adults with DDH along with the management options, and the challenges associated with hip arthroscopy, osteotomies and arthroplasty for the treatment of DDH in young adults.
This article was published in Bone Joint J
and referenced in Journal of Arthritis