寛骨臼形成不全による亜脱臼性股関節症に対する寛骨臼移動術の適応 Indications for Performing Pelvic Osteotomy (Transposition Osteotomy of the Acetabulum) for Osteoarthritic Hips due to Acetabular Dysplasia
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Most Japanese patients with osteoarthritic hips develop this secondarily to the acetabular dysplasia. Therefore, patients with an early stage of osteoarthritis can be more easily and effectively treated than those with primary osteoarthritis of the hips. Pelvic osteotomy with articular cartilage is one of the most promising options for successfully treating this disease. The main indication for performing osteotomy is usually the occurrence of osteoarthritic hips at an early stage. Additionally, advanced stage cases may also be included once they have demonstrated good congruity during abduction.
- Japanese Journal of Joint Diseases
Japanese Journal of Joint Diseases 34(4), 553-555, 2015
Japanese Society for Joint Diseases