Special live session from the 2021 AAOS Meeting in San Diego. Featuring special guest Rachel Goldstein from CHLA who joins us to discuss DDH. Discussion focuses on ultrasound assessment of children with dysplasia and the ominous finding of an inverted labrum. We also dive into other recent studies in the lightning round discussing the femoral head-shaft angle in children with Cerebral Palsy, NOF of the distal tibia, the effects of lumbar fusion on cervical sagittal alignment in patients with Lenke 5 AIS, and the ease of acquiring skills to diagnose DDH via ultrasound enhanced physical examination. Your hosts are Josh Holt from The University of Iowa, Carter Clement from Children’s Hospital of New Orleans, and Julia Sanders from Children’s Hospital Colorado. Music by A.A. Alto.
An Inverted Acetabular Labrum is Predictive of Pavlik Harness Treatment Failure in Children with Developmental Hip Dysplasia. Adrian Lin, Ali Siddiqui, Lillian Lai, Rachel Goldstein. JPO. Sept 2021.
1. The Femoral Head-Shaft Angle is Not a Predictor of Hip Displacement in Children Under 5 Years with Cerebral Palsy: A Population-based Study of Children at GMFCS Levels III-V. Terje Terjesen, Joachim Horn. JPO. 2021
2. Nonossifying Fibroma of the Distal Tibia: Predictors of Fracture and Management Algorithm. Soroush Baghdadi, Jie Nguyen, Alexandre Arkader. JPO. 2021
3. Does Selective Posterior Correction and Fusion Surgery Influence Cervical Sagittal Alignment in Patient with Lenke Type 5 Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis?- A 5-year Follow-up Retrospective Cohort Study. Toshiki Okubo, Mitsuru Yagi, Satoshi Suzuki et al. Spine. 2021
4. What is the Intraobserver Reliability of an Ultrasound-enhanced Physical Examination of the Hip in Infants? A Prospective Study on the Ease of Acquiring Skills to Diagnose Hip Dysplasia. Neha Jejurikar, Leon Moscona-Mishy, Monica Rubio, Romina Cavallaro, Pablo Castaneda. COOR. 2021