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Arthroskopie bei Hüftdysplasie [Arthroscopy in hip dysplasia]
0933-7946 [Print] 1434-3924 [Online]
[The causal treatment of a residual hip dysplasia consists of an acetabular reorientation osteotomy, the results of which, however, strongly depend on concomitant intra-articular lesions. The most important prognostic factor is the cartilage status. However, tears in the labrum and the ligament of the head of the femur may also be responsible for symptoms. Hip arthroscopy is a valuable tool for a precise diagnosis and simultaneous treatment of these lesions. However, as yet no results supporting this treatment algorithm have been published.]
Hip, Arthroscopy, Dysplasia, Congenital, Treatment
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