Acetabular dome retroversion: radiological appearance, incidence and relevance.

@article{Dora2006AcetabularDR,
  title={Acetabular dome retroversion: radiological appearance, incidence and relevance.},
  author={Claudio Dora and Michael Leunig and Martin Beck and Ryan W. Simovitch and Reinhold Ganz},
  journal={Hip international : the journal of clinical and experimental research on hip pathology and therapy},
  year={2006},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={215-22}
}
Interest in acetabular version arose from the study of unstable developmental dysplastic hips (DDH). Initial studies and clinical observations described the dysplastic hip as being excessively anteverted. Doubts on this view arose from analysis of complications such as persistent posterior subluxation after acetabular reorienting procedures. Computed tomography fails to determine conclusively whether or not the dysplastic acetabulum is abnormally anteverted. Controversy evolves from different… CONTINUE READING