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45 Possible Causes for Limited Hip Abduction, Low Back Pain, Pediatric Disorder

  • Congenital Hip Dysplasia

    Four all-new chapters: Pediatric Physical Therapy, Cultural Sensitivity and Family-Centered Care; Traumatic Injury to the Central Nervous System: Spinal Cord Injury; Traumatic[] Limited hip abduction, especially if assymmetric (more difficult to detect if DDH is bilateral). Apparent limb shortening.[] Depending on their severity at the time initial presentation, a pediatric specialist may provide surgical treatment.[]

  • Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis

    Background Slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE) is one of the most important pediatric and adolescent hip disorders encountered in medical practice. [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6][] Characterized by limited internal rotation and abduction of the hip.[] METHODS: A questionnaire survey of medical institutions specializing in pediatric hip disorders across Japan was conducted.[]

  • Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease

    Imaging of Pediatric Hip Disorders. Radiologic Clinics of North America. 2001; 39(4): 721-732. Kim, M. The Limping Child.[] abduction of hip & limited internal rotation in both flexion & extension are seen; - antalgic gait (due to pain); - late phase: Trendelenburg gait; - Radiographic Evaluation[] However, you may want to consider: A physical therapist who is experienced in pediatrics and developmental disorders.[]

  • Coxa Vara

    Abstract Developmental coxa vara (DCV) is a well-known pediatric hip disorder that is associated with triplanar deformity of the proximal femur.[] […] right hip, pelvic obliquity, Trendelenburg-Duchenne gait, limitation of hip abduction, lower-extremity length discrepancy with 3.0 cm of shortening of right femur, and walking[] Back Pain 280 Chapter 137 Lower Cervical Spine Injuries 282 Chapter 138 Lumbosacral Plexus 284 Chapter 139 Mallet Finger 286 Chapter 140 Marfan Syndrome 287 Chapter 141 Median[]

  • Osteoporosis

    Predictors of bone loss in young women with restrictive eating disorders. Pediatr Endocrinol Rev. 2006 Jan. 3 Suppl 1:219-21. [Medline].[] back pain.[] […] fractures may demonstrate the following: Limited ROM with end-range pain on a FABER (flexion in abduction and external rotation) hip joint test Decreased weight-bearing on[]

  • Pelvic Fracture

    Pediatric athlete hip disorders. Clin Sports Med. 2006 Apr. 25 (2):241-53, viii. [Medline]. Grotz MR, Allami MK, Harwood P, Pape HC, Krettek C, Giannoudis PV.[] The classic physical examination in a patient with a hip fracture reveals an abducted and externally rotated hip with leg-length discrepancy.[] Five weeks posthospitalization, the patient initiated chiropractic care with complaints of severe low back pain with lower extremity involvement.[]

  • Hip Dislocation

    […] development dysplasia of the hip is one of the common disorders in pediatric orthopaedics. This requires an early orthopaedic treatment.[] A three-year-old with a left hip dislocation. Note the limited abduction. Figure 4. A three-year-old with a left hip dislocation. Note the limited abduction.[] We also assessed whether chronic low back pain was relieved after surgery.The study included 19 patients (23 hips) with high CHD treated with cementless THA using extended[]

  • Senile Osteoporosis

    Predictors of bone loss in young women with restrictive eating disorders. Pediatr Endocrinol Rev. 2006 Jan. 3 Suppl 1:219-21. [Medline].[] Signs of Senile Osteoporosis Low back pain is common, and may radiate from the back outwardly.[] “Epidural injections for the diagnosis and treatment of low-back pain.” Spine 5.1 (1980): 78-86. Leave a reply[]

  • Juvenile Osteochondrosis of the Capitulum Humeri

    […] suspected pediatric age Corneal disorders ICD9CM Coronary artery disease unstable Cough chronic Creatine kinase elevation Cushings syndrome Cutaneous microvascular occlusion[] Limited hip abduction, internal rotation, and leg-length discrepancies are commonly found on physical examination.[] […] incidence in patients with low birth weight, abnormal birth presentation, family history, higher birth order, and lower socioeconomic status. 5 , 6 Patients present with hip[]

  • Psoas Abscess

    We report a case of secondary PA after ruptured retrocecal appendicitis in a child and discuss the diagnosis and treatment of this disorder.[] Active hip extension and abduction were limited, however, the patient was able to flex the left hip to 90 degrees with minimal discomfort.[] Abstract We report on a patient who developed persistent low back pain, pyrexia and neurological deficit soon after she underwent a laparotomy under combined general and epidural[]

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