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Arnaud G. Tome 2 fascicule 4, Bilateral congenitally hip luxation and porotic hyperostosis on an early-christian woman's skeleton. Here is studied the skeleton of a young woman, belonging to the Mediterranean type, buried in an early Christian tomb. She suffered from bilateral congenitally displasia of the hip joint and porotic hyperostosis in the skull vault hyperostosis spongiosa cranii. The hip luxation is obvious but the etiology of porotic hyperostosis is difficult to specify.

Many diseases, characterized by swelling bone and porosity, may have caused this porotic hyperostosis, but we shall keep only two of them : either Thalassemia minor Rietti-Greppi-Micheli desease , or constitutional haemolytic anemia Minkowski-Chauffard disease.

Il est haut. Tableau I. En norma basiliaris, on note la bonne conservation. Les fosses sous-orbitaires sont superficielles. L'arcade dentaire porte 16 dents. Le maxillaire est orthognathe. Tableau II. L'arcade dentaire porte 16 dents en place.

Il n'y a pas de tubercule de Carabelli. Le squelette post-cranien. Le rachis cervical est complet. Le point de contraflexion se situe entre L3 et L4. Tableau III. Les tibias. Poids os sec : 19 g et 22 g. Tableau IV. La stature. Le type anthropologique. Le grand trochanter est normal de forme et d'aspect. Elle est rare dans les pays nordiques et aux Etats-Unis ;. Angel J. Skeletal change in ancien Greece.

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Technique du Traitement de la Luxation Congenitale de la Hanche.

This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Calot's work of pages on the technic of treatment of congenital hip dislocation is profusely illustrated. It aims to present the technic in such a way that any practitioner can treat congenital dislocation of the hip joint without the necessity for referring the child to a specialist, if the child is seen between the ages of 2 and 5. Calot first describes the differentiation of the condition as the child begins to walk, and then tells how to prepare the joint as a preliminary to reduction, and then the various steps of the reduction.


La luxation congénitale de la hanche.

Congenital hip dislocation has been regularly reviewed, in the wake of important progress made over the last thirty years, and more precisely in the field of clinical and ultrasonographic screening, as well as in early treatment. The search of a consensus on the best screening methods who? This is the purpose of the present review of current ideas from a historical perspective. Previous Article Editorial Board. Journal page Archives Contents list. Gadeyne, J.


This translates into hip joint instability, which can be evidenced by both Ortolani's and Barlow's signs, the latter being more sensitive. Special attention should be paid for abduction range, as limited abduction is a warning sign. Aboudiab, L. Pautard, M. Prin-Mathieu, M. Journal page Archives Contents list.

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