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By Professor Dr. Dietrich Tönnis (auth.)

For greater than a hundred years, congenital dislocation of the hip has been a space of shock in orthopedics. This guides at the topic are al­ so much too various to count number. but our wisdom of the fundamental ideas of congenital hip dislocation and its administration is consistently being extended by way of new examine. In Germanspeaking nations, Kaiser pub­ lished the final accomplished textbook on congenital hip dislocation in 1958, and Schlegel with a accomplished guide in 1961. within the Angloamerican international, Coleman's monograph used to be pub­ lished in 1978, Somerville's in 1982, and Wilkinson's in 1985. In 1982 Tachdjian compiled a quantity on congenital hip dislocation that con­ tained contributions from forty four experts. the aim of the current ebook is to supply an summary of our pre­ despatched nation of information of congenital hip dislocation, overlaying simple rules, prognosis, tools of closed and open therapy, and indi­ cations. within the method, an try out is made to track growth within the box from its beginnings to the current time. Many authors describe the analysis and therapy of congenital hip dysplasia and dislocation by way of particular age teams. We think it's extra prudent to take an individualized strategy in response to arthro­ photo findings and the measure of severity of pathologic adjustments. much less emphasis is positioned the following at the administration of sufferers via age group.

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In addition, it seems likely that the overall growth acceleration that has been observed in children over the past decades is reflected in the development of the capital femoral ossification center. For example, the most frequent time of appearance in the 1931 study of Ruckensteiner was the 9th month oflife. In the 1949 study of Schmid and Halden, it was the 6th month; and in the 1958 study of Kaiser, it was 4 months. Appearance of the capital femoral ossification center is considered to be pathologic only if it oc- e at the capital femoral physis and to a lesser extent in the interepiphyseal region.

Anterior superior iliac spine Wing of ilium ~+--- Auricular surface of ilium Triradiate cartilage (sacroiliac joint) Iliopectineal --7-::---__ Body of pubis The anlage for the acetabulum forms early in the embryonic period. At seven weeks the cartilaginous precursors of the ilium, ischium, and pubis join to form the primitive acetabulum. The ossification centers for these three bones appear in the third and fourth months of intrauterine life. At this time the acetabular anlage consists of the circular, caudally open actabular roof cartilage, which is continuous with the triradiate cartilage that separates the three pelvic bones (Fig.

7. Schematic diagram showing the directional growth of the proximal femur and sites of bone formation. 8). The quality of the stress is also important. Compressive stresses promote cartilage growth, while tensile and especially tangential (shear) stresses inhibit cartilage growth or may even provoke dedifferentiation of the cartilaginous tissue. 8a-d. Drawings by Pauwels on the functional adaptation of bone through longitudinal growth. a In the normal child the subcapital growth plate of the femur is oriented at right angles to the direction of the resultant compressive force (R).

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