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Triple pelvic osteotomy as treatment for osteoarthritis secondary to developmental dysplasia of the hip
Joint-preserving osteotomies are an established treatment for adult hip pain secondary to developmental dysplasia of the hip. However, their value for advanced osteoarthritis is unclear. ThereforeExpand
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Long-term results after open reduction of developmental hip dislocation by an anterior approach lateral and medial of the iliopsoas muscle
The technique of and especially the approach to open reduction of developmental dislocation of the hip are still a matter of discussion. The anterior approach, first lateral and then medial to theExpand
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Dreifache Beckenosteotomie nach Tönnis und Kalchschmidt
ZusammenfassungOperationszielZur Behandlung der Hüftdysplasie wird über drei aufeinander abgestimmte Osteotomien an der Hüftpfanne diese derart mobilisiert, dass eine Pfannenkorrektur in nahezu jedeExpand
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[Acetabular rotations y triple pelvic osteotomy by the Tönnis method].
Lesions of the acetabular labrum should be treated by correcting the causes. In a steep acetabulum where the femoral head brings the acetabular labrum under tension and traction, the acetabulumExpand
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Dysplasia epiphysealis hemimelica (Trevor‘s disease) of the acetabulum
Unphysiological joint stress leads to problems and subsequently to joint destruction. We report a rare case of dysplasia epiphysialis hemimelica (DEH) of the triradiate cartilage of the acetabulum.Expand
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Acetabular rotation by triple pelvic osteotomy according to Tönnis
SummaryLesions of the acetabular labrum should be treated by correcting the causes. In a steep acetabulum where the femoral head brings the acetabular labrum under tension and traction, theExpand
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[Tönnis and Kalchschmidt triple pelvic osteotomy].
OBJECTIVE With three precise osteotomies it is possible to move the acetabulum to achieve sufficient coverage in dysplastic hips. INDICATIONS Main indication is a painful dysplastic hip. OtherExpand
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