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The first group thus included 64 hips 47 patients with mean follow-up duration of 2. The hips were evaluated clinically and radiographically. The changes in AI and MP were statistically significant. Group I demonstrated a reduction in the flexion contracture from Group II showed a reduction in the flexion contracture from These improvements were statistically significant.
We observed no statistically significant deterioration of results between the groups. Use of iliac crest allograft for Dega pelvic osteotomy in patients with cerebral palsy. Hip-joint congruity after Dega osteotomy in patients with cerebral palsy: long-term results.
Assessment and treatment of children with cerebral palsy. Unilateral and bilateral neurogenic dislocation of the hip joint--which deformity is more difficult to treat?
Femoral varus-derotation osteotomy in spastic cerebral palsy. Follow-up at skeletal maturity. Established hip dislocations in children with cerebral palsy. The spastic hip in children and adolescents. This website requires cookies, and the limited processing of your personal data in order to function.
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DEGA W ORTOPEDIA I REHABILITACJA PDF
Postural defects including scoliotic posture constitute one of the most frequently observed health problems in school-aged children. The incidence of this multifactorial condition has been observed to increase recently. The aim of the study was to assess the incidence of scoliotic posture in primary and secondary school students living in a large city. Their postures were assessed through skilled visual inspection method based on the criteria delineated by Wiktor Dega. No substantial differences between boys and girls in particular age categories were found. Scoliometer examination appeared to be a more accurate method for screening scoliosis and revealed higher incidence of this condition in total and both in boys and girls as compared to the visual screening method. The contractures which may lead to scoliotic posture appeared most frequently in the knee joints, both in boys and in girls.