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Developmental (Congenital) Dysplasia of the Hip. Natural History and Prevention Levels. Nicolas Padilla Professor of Pediatrics School of Nursing and Obstetrics of Celaya University of Guanajuato
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Definition It is a lost of the relationships between hip joint components. Occurs in neonatal period. 1 of each 6 newborn have hip instability. Incidence of true hip dislocation is 2-5/1000 live births.
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Clasification Typical Teratologic Developmental (Congenital) Dysplasia of the Hip Dysplasia Subluxation Dislocation
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Prepatogenic Period. Agent Generalized ligamentous laxity increased by maternal estrogens and/or other hormones. Genetic influences. Multifactorial
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Prepatogenic Period. Host. > Female sex (5-7:1) to hip dislocation > Male sex to dysplasia. 20% of DDC associated with congenital abnormalities (congenital muscular torticolis, metatarsus adductus).
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Prepatogenic Period. Environment
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