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Left hip dysplasia, operation done, difficulty in walking, contracture of adductor muscles. Advice?

dear college i have case adult(17y) girl with left hip displsia since 6-8 months only . done for her operation (fenestration or tunelization by drill bit for decompression . in this moment patient has more complication (difficulty in walking due to contacture of adductor muscles myogenic scoliosis . please your advice for managment
Asked On : Sun, 13 May 2012
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She may have an adduction contracture because of subluxation and pain in the hip joint. I would really need to review her radiographs to give you a proper opinion as to her ongoing management.
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