Intertrochanteric varus osteotomy for Perthes' disease. Radiographic changes after 2-16-year follow-up of 126 hips.

Abstract

We analyzed various prognostic factors in 112 children operated on for Perthes' disease (Catterall's groups II-IV); special attention was paid to acetabular changes and postoperative containment. The radiographic results of 126 intertrochanteric femoral varus osteotomies were analyzed 2-16 years postoperatively. Catterall's grouping or head-at-risk… (More)

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