TITLE

Gelişimsel Kalça Displazisinde Avasküler Nekroz: Preoperatif ve Postoperatif Değerlendirme

AUTHOR(S)
Sipahioğlu, Serkan; Sarıkaya, Baran; Bozkurt, Celal; Aşkar, Hüseyin; Işıkan, Erdem
PUB. DATE
June 2017
SOURCE
Journal of Harran University Medical Faculty;2017, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p187
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Objective: We presented Salter pelvic osteotomy performed developmental hip dysplasia patients results with preoperative and postoperative avascular necrosis(AVN) grade and evaluated the effect of preoperative AVN on operation results. Materials and Methods: We examined eightteen patients' twenty two hips retrospectively whom open reduction and Salter pelvic osteotomy performed between 2002 and 2008. Clinical and radiological evaluation and AVN grading were done. Preperative and postoperative AVN grades were determined and compared. Results: Twenty two hips (19 girls, 3 boys; mean age 32.8months) were evaluated retrospectively . Mean follow up period was 26.7 months. Clinical results were excellent according to McKay's criteria in 18 hips (81%), good in 4 (18 %) and there were no bad or moderate result. In radiologic evaluation according to Severin's grade, 18 hips (81%) were evaluated as very good or good. The mean acetabular index which was 39,3±5,8 degree preoperatively decreased to 22,7± 5,4 degree postoperatively. There were avascular necrosis in five hips (22 %) preoperatively and in 10 hips (45 %) postoperatively. An increase in avascular necrosis grade or development of new avascular necrosis was seen in 8 (%36) patients postoperatively. Conclusions: Postoperative short term AVN rates are high in late diagnosed developmental hip dysplasia patients whom pelvic osteotomy were performed. Preoperative avascular necrosis grade and grade I avascular necrosis cases should be taken into consideration for more significant and comparable postoperative evaluation.
ACCESSION #
137137611

 

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