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77 Possible Causes for Fixed Flexion Deformity at Hips

  • Hip Contracture

    Extension is the first movement the patient loses in hip pathology, resulting in fixed flexion deformity.[orthopaedicsone.com] flexion deformity of the hip.[en.wikipedia.org] flexion deformity of both hip joints of 15 years duration secondary to an irrecoverable spinal cord disease, with complete motor and sensory loss and multiple pressure sores[ijoonline.com]

  • Kuskokwim Disease

    & ulnar deformity), hand (fingers in fixed flexion & thumb-in-palm deformity), hip (flexed, abducted & externally rotated, often dislocated), knee (flexion deformity) & foot[signssymptoms.org] (volar and ulnar deformity), hand (fingers in fixed flexion and thumb-in-palm deformity), hip (flexed, abducted and externally rotated, often dislocated), knee (flexion deformity[dianamossop.com] Joint immobility or restricted joint mobility Hand deformities, such as thumb-in-palm and fingers in a fixed flexion Cognition and speech of the patients affected by AMC[primehealthchannel.com]

  • Osteoarthritis of the Hip

    Movements of the hip were: flexion 60º, abduction and adduction 30º each, internal rotation 0º, and external rotation 30º. He had no fixed flexion deformity of the hip.[tandfonline.com]

  • Neurogenic Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita

    -- extension and pronation deformity wrist -- volar and ulnar deformity hand -- fingers in fixed flexion, and thumb-in-palm deformity hip -- flexed, abducted and externally[orthoseek.com] Hand: finger in fixed flexion & thumb in palm deformity. Hip: flexion, abduction & external rotation often dislocated. Knee: flexion deformity. Foot: clubfoot deformity.[icddelhi.org] ), elbow (extension and pronation deformity), wrist (volar and ulnar deformity), hand (fingers in fixed flexion and thumb-in-palm deformity), hip (flexed, abducted and externally[bionity.com]

  • Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita

    … Wrist - volar and ulnar deformity … Hand - fingers in fixed flexion, and thumb-in-palm deformityHip - flexed, abducted and externally rotated, often dislocated … Knee[ibis-birthdefects.org] -- extension and pronation deformity wrist -- volar and ulnar deformity hand -- fingers in fixed flexion, and thumb-in-palm deformity hip -- flexed, abducted and externally[orthoseek.com] Elbows (extension or fixed flexion). Wrists (deviation). Deformity of thumb and palm and rigid interphalangeal joints. Hips (with dislocation of one or both sides).[patient.info]

  • Arthrogryposis-Renal Dysfunction-Cholestasis Syndrome

    -- extension and pronation deformity wrist -- volar and ulnar deformity hand -- fingers in fixed flexion, and thumb-in-palm deformity hip -- flexed, abducted and externally[orthoseek.com] In the commonest form of arthrogryposis, called amyoplasia, the typical deformities are often severe and symmetrical, as follows: shoulder -- internal rotation deformity elbow[orthoseek.com]

  • Pelvic Mass

    flexion deformity of the right hip and 15 kg weight loss in 5 months.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] 52-year-old woman was admitted to our district general hospital, with a rapidly growing, increasingly tender mass in the right iliac fossa, difficulty mobilising with a fixed[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Femoral Neuropathy

    A 53-year-old woman reported pain in the right side of her groin and an increasing fixed flexion deformity of the right hip 8 weeks after a posterior, midline, spinal decompression[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Right iliac fossa tenderness was present along with painful spasm and fixed flexion deformity at the right hip joint [Figure 1].[indjvascsurg.org]

  • Arthrogryposis due to Muscular Dystrophy

    Elbows (extension or fixed flexion). Wrists (deviation). Deformity of thumb and palm and rigid interphalangeal joints. Hips (with dislocation of one or both sides).[patient.info] Joint immobility or restricted joint mobility Hand deformities, such as thumb-in-palm and fingers in a fixed flexion Cognition and speech of the patients affected by AMC[primehealthchannel.com] Symmetrical deformities (becoming more severe distally). Rigid joints. Congenital dislocation of the hips (and sometimes the knees).[patient.info]

  • Humero-Radial Synostosis

    His bilateral elbows were fixed in flexion deformity. He had normal interphalangeal joints, and shoulder, hip, knee and ankle joints. There was no limb hypoplasia.[semanticscholar.org]

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