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Henrietta Kotlus Rosenberg, MD, FACR, FAAP
Sonography of Developmental Dysplasia of the Infant Hip
Henrietta Kotlus Rosenberg, MD, FACR, FAAP
01/03/2011 | Time : 58 min
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Topics mentioned in this video : Objectives, Developmental dysplasia of hip (DDH), Incidence of DDH, Clinical findings: DDH, Physical examination, Risk factors: DDH, Pathophysiology DDH is developmental Historical perspective , Classical landmarks, lines and measurements, Historical perspective - late 1960s, Historical perspective – 1970s, Historical perspective – mid 1970s, Historical perspective – mid 1980s, Early diagnosis DDH essential Acetabular labrum, Schematic and sonographic examples, Sonographic and radiographic examples, Graf – alpha angle , Graf – beta angle , Sonographic acetabular morphology, Harcke et al , Technical tips, Transverse neutral normal Transverse neutral normal, Transverse flexion view, Subluxation, Transverse flexion subluxation, Harcke et al , Transverse flexion dislocation, Coronal longitudinal scan, Coronal flexion view, Coronal flexion view normal, Keller et al , Coronal flexion subluxation, Subluxation , Coronal flexion subluxation Coronal flexion dislocation, Dislocation with inverted labrum, Coronal flexion dislocation, Posterior lip view, Dislocation posterior lip view, Pseudoacetabular formation, Pavlik harness, Color Doppler flow within femoral head, Ultrasound report, ACR practice guideline, Indications/contraindications, Dynamic standard minimum, My protocol for ultrasound evaluation of infant hip for DDH, My protocol for examination of infant in Pavlik harness, Pitfalls Dynamic hip sonography in infants older than 6 months, Purpose, Materials and methods, Case #1, Case #2, Results, Conclusions, Dynamic hip sonography in babies older than 6 months worthwhile?, Recommendations for imaging after treatment initiated , Screening, Protocol for ultrasound follow up for screening the infant hip , Summary

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Keywords : acetabular angle, acetabular labrum, alpha angle, Barlow dislocation test, beta angle, bony acetabulum, cartilaginous acetabulum, CDH, congential dysplasia of hip, contrast arthrography, coronal flexion dislocation, coronal flexion subluxation, coronal flexion view, DDH, developmental dysplasia of hip, dislocation, dynamic hip sonography, equator sign, femoral capital epiphysis, Hilgenreiner’s line, iliac bone, inverted labrum, ischium, metaphysis, Ortoloni reduction test, ossific nucleus, Pavlik harness, PEDIATRIC, Perkin’s line, posterior lip view, pseudoacetabular formation, Shenton’s line, subluxation, transverse flexion view, transverse neutral view, triradiate cartilage

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