Hip dysplasia in the adolescent and young adultUploader: Shakall 3 month ago Subscribe 4
If hip dysplasia is not treated , the cartilage may wear away, and arthritis may develop. This is different from snapping of the muscles on the side of the thigh where the muscles roll across the bump on the side of the upper thigh that is outside the hip joint but is a common location for snapping bursitis. The most common benefit is relief of pain so individuals can maintain or increase their hip function. There is increasing interest in identifying and treating babies that have shallow sockets that are currently considered borderline normal. For patients undergoing surgery, the long-term results of PAO and associated procedures are very good.