Percutaneous pelvic osteotomy and intertrochanteric varus shortening osteotomy in nonambulatory GMFCS level IV and V cerebral palsy patients: preliminary report on 30 operated hips.

@article{Canavese2013PercutaneousPO,
  title={Percutaneous pelvic osteotomy and intertrochanteric varus shortening osteotomy in nonambulatory GMFCS level IV and V cerebral palsy patients: preliminary report on 30 operated hips.},
  author={Federico Canavese and Horacio Gomez and Andr{\'e} J. Kaelin and Dimitri Ceroni and G{\'e}raldo De Coulon},
  journal={Journal of pediatric orthopedics. Part B},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={1-7}
}
This study evaluated the outcome of severe cerebral palsy patients (Gross Motor Function Classification System level IV and V) treated by simultaneous percutaneous pelvic osteotomy and intertrochanteric varus shortening osteotomy for hip subluxation or dislocation between 2002 and 2011. Twenty-four patients (30 hips) with an average age of 9.4 years (5-16.5) were reviewed at a mean follow-up of 35.9 months (6-96). Percutaneous pelvic osteotomy lasted on average 30 min/patient per side (25-40… CONTINUE READING
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