Succinctly with clarity and only a little overlap a fundamental understanding of the childs hip is well presented the next nine chapters are on fractures slipped femoral capital epiphysis infections congential dislocation of the hip legg calve perthes disease cerebral palsy myelomeningocele arthrogryposis and congenital . Abstract hip disorders are the second most common musculoskeletal abnormality seen in children with cerebral palsy affecting nearly 1 in 3 the goal of surgical intervention is to provide a mobile located and painless hip reconstructive procedures are indicated for children with migration percentages of 40. Management of hip disorders in children by jacob f katz robert s siffert unknown edition. The hip is commonly affected in children younger than 10 years presenting symptoms of limp and hip pain overlap with toxic synovitis though a child with septic hip appears acutely ill fever lack of weight bearing erythrocyte sedimentation rate greater than 40 mm h and wbc count greater than 12000 mm 3 are strong clinical predictors of an
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