Pelvic morphology differs in rotation and obliquity between developmental dysplasia of the hip and retroversion.
Clinical orthopaedics and related research | 17 Jul 2012
M Tannast, P Pfannebecker, JM Schwab, CE Albers, KA Siebenrock and L Büchler
Developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) and acetabular retroversion represent distinct acetabular pathomorphologies. Both are associated with alterations in pelvic morphology. In cases where direct radiographic assessment of the acetabulum is difficult or impossible or in mixed cases of DDH and retroversion, additional indirect pelvimetric parameters would help identify the major underlying structural abnormality.
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