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Congenital hip dislocation

Congenital hip dislocation: Introduction

A dislocation of the hip in newborns. The condition may also be referred to as congenital hip dysplasia. A hip dislocation is where the ball joint at the top of the leg is not sitting in the correct position in the hip joint. The problem is usually picked up through routine examinations following birth. The condition tends to be more common in girls and babies born in the breech position. ...more »

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