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1,406 Possible Causes for Abnormal Hip X-Ray, Coxa Valga or Coxa Vara, Dysmorphic Face

  • Coxa Vara

    If the angle is less than 125 degrees, this is considered to be coxa vara. If the angle is greater than 125, this is referred to as coxa valga.[] Physical examination revealed no abnormality except restriction of abduction of the hips. X-rays showed the femoral neck shaft angle to be 110 degrees.[] […] gradts. developmental coxa vara pediatrics orthobullets. coxa valga coxa vara wsussman flickr. congenital coxa vara. genu valgus genu varus ppt video online download. coxa[]

    Missing: Dysmorphic Face
  • Schwartz-Jampel Syndrome

    valga 0002673 Coxa vara 0002812 Flat face Flat facial shape 0012368 Flexion contracture of toe 0005830 High palate Elevated palate Increased palatal height [ more ] 0000218[] The most common X-ray abnormality observed in patients with Schwartz-Jampel syndrome is prominent sternum and hip dysplasia.[] The child had a short neck, blepharophimosis, flattened face, hypertrichosis of the eyelids, prominent eyebrows, high arched palate, low set ears, micrognathia, short stature[]

  • Congenital Hip Dysplasia

    In coxa valga, the angle between the ball and shft is increased, usually higher than 135 degrees. In coxa vara, however, the angle is reduced to lower than 120 degrees.[] I will ask my GP for a form for a hip x-ray next time I see her, and if there is any abnormality on the report returned, get a referral to an orthopaedic Dr.[] A one month old boy presented with failure to thrive, jaundice, ventricular septal defect (VSD) and dysmorphic face. He displayed symptoms of heart failure.[]

  • Diastrophic Dysplasia

    Delayed femoral head appearing, coxa valga or, on the contrary, coxa vara are common findings.[] Arthrography, which uses colored dye injected into a joint — most commonly the shoulder, hip, knee, elbow or wrist — and X-ray images are taken to identify any problems.[] Coxa vara sau coxa valga; 6. It is also an easy- to- grow ornamental plant that can be grown on a variety of support structures.[]

  • Hip Dislocation

    Common Problems With Hips Aseptic or Avascular necrosis Congenital Dislocation Perthes’ disease Aplasia of the acetabulum Coxa valga Coxa vara Osteoarthritis Dislocation ([] . [2] Hip dislocations can also occur follow a hip replacement or from a developmental abnormality known as hip dysplasia. [7] Efforts to prevent the condition include wearing[] hip.[]

    Missing: Dysmorphic Face
  • Pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism

    vara; coxa valga; and genu valgum.[] vara and valga; and genu valgum. 23 Although the musculoskeletal manifestations of PPH are well-described, little has been reported on the management of orthopedic problems[] […] and/or periarticular soft tissues; a thickened calvarium; microcephaly; bony coalitions of the hand; vertebral column abnormalities; cubitus valgus; radius/ulna curvus; coxa[]

    Missing: Abnormal Hip X-Ray
  • Coxa Valga

    If the angle is less than 125 degrees, this is considered to be coxa vara. If the angle is greater than 125, this is referred to as coxa valga.[] Any deformity and abnormality that is found, it will further be examined through X-Rays.[] May, 04, 2008 Uncategorized Comments Off on Coxa Valga, Coxa Vara Coxa valga is an inward curvature of the hip. Coxa vara is an outward curvature of the hip.[]

    Missing: Dysmorphic Face
  • Simpson Dysmorphia Syndrome

    valga / coxa vara / coxa plana - Hypospadias / epispadias / bent penis - Hypotonia - Intellectual deficit / mental / psychomotor retardation / learning disability - Micropenis[] […] hypotrophy syndrome Intellectual disability-craniofacial dysmorphism-cryptorchidism syndrome Intellectual disability-developmental delay-contractures syndrome Intellectual[] […] et plantaris Pallister W syndrome Tetra-amelia syndrome Adermatoglyphia Fukuyama type muscular dystrophy Campomelic dysplasia Arthrogryposis multiplex congenita whistling face[]

    Missing: Abnormal Hip X-Ray
  • Cleidocranial Dysplasia

    ., in form of coxa vara, coxa valga, delayed growth of specific pelvic bones and a wide symphysis due to delayed closure.[] The patient's family history showed his father and eldest daughter with similar dysmorphic faces, skeletal disorders and proximal upper extremity weakness.[] Special images reveal coxa vara and coxa valga. Bones of forearms and lower legs may be shortened or absent. Phalanges are often not fully developed either.[]

    Missing: Abnormal Hip X-Ray
  • Mucopolysaccharidosis 3

    One or both hip joints may be underdeveloped, leading to pain and difficulties walking. X-rays reveal a condition similar to Perthes disease, an orthopaedic condition.[] The skeleton may be affected in the form of slight or moderate spinal abnormalities (kyphosis, scoliosis). Height is usually normal.[]

    Missing: Coxa Valga or Coxa Vara