Traumatic and Atraumatic Hip Instability View Full Text


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DATE

2015

AUTHORS

Marc J. Philippon , Ryan J. Warth , Karen K. Briggs

ABSTRACT

The hip is an inherently stable joint as a result of its characteristic osseous topology that allows the femoral head to sit deeply within the highly congruent acetabular fossa. However, despite its bony architecture, instability of the hip has been reported in recent literature. The etiologies of hip instability are most often divided into traumatic and atraumatic causes. Most cases of traumatic instability occur with dislocation or subluxation. Atraumatic hip instability has numerous potential etiologies. Congenital defects involving bone or soft tissues, multiligamentous laxity, certain systemic diseases, or any one of several acquired causes such as previous open or arthroscopic hip surgery may predispose an individual to develop chronic, atraumatic hip instability which can be debilitating. Developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) is a frequently cited entity associated with atraumatic hip instability that has yet to be clearly defined in the literature. In most cases, clinical exam and imaging will provide an accurate diagnosis. In addition, hip arthroscopy has been used to identify causes of instability and treat associated pathologies. More... »

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411-424

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