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Home / Journals / Advances in Surgical Sciences / Post-operative Functional Outcome in Walking-Age Patients with Congenital Hip Dislocation
Post-operative Functional Outcome in Walking-Age Patients with Congenital Hip Dislocation

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Lead Guest Editor:
Yoyos Dias Ismiarto
Orthopaedic Ant Traumatology Department,Padjadjaran University, Bandung, Indonesia
Guest Editors
Iwan Hipsa Achmad
Orthopaedic Ant Traumatology Department,Padjadjaran University
Bandung, Indonesia
Yoan Putrasos Arif
Orthopaedic Ant Traumatology Department,Padjadjaran University
Bandung, Indonesia
R. M. Satrio Nugroho Magetsari
Orthopaedic Ant Traumatology Department,Padjadjaran University
Bandung, Indonesia
Kemas Abdul Mutholib Luthfi
Orthopaedic Ant Traumatology Department,Padjadjaran University
Bandung, Indonesia
Rifki Albana
Orthopaedic Ant Traumatology Department,Padjadjaran University
Bandung, Indonesia
Dr Mahyudin
Orthopaedic Ant Traumatology Department,Padjadjaran University
Bandung, Indonesia
Introduction
Cases of developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) still occur after walking age because of late or missed diagnosis. The treatment of choice for DDH after walking age is surgical procedure, which has been a challenge in the orthopedic field. The aim of this study was to assess the clinical and radiographic results of surgical treatment of DDH after walking age. The study included 13 patients (15 hips) who underwent surgeries at the age of 1 to 7 years with open reduction, femoral osteotomy, and pelvic osteotomy procedures in Dr. Hasan Sadikin General Hospital Bandung from 2012-2015. The final clinical outcomes at the end of the follow up period (mean = 22 months) was excellent in 5 patients, good in 7 patients, fair in 2 patients, and poor in one patient. The final radiological results presented Class I (excellent) in 8 patients, Class II (good) in 5 patients, Class III (fair) in one patient, and Class IV (poor) in one patient. The number of patients that had satisfactory outcome was 10 patients clinically and 11 patients radiologically. It is concluded that the functional outcome of DDH patients surgery in walking is mostly good.

Aims and Scope:

  1. Paediatric Orthopaedic
  2. Developmental Displasia of the hip
  3. Functional outcome
  4. Walking age
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