Shelf Acetabuloplasty (Best Choice For Treating Late Onset Perthes Disease?)

Lynn Staheli  |   August 13, 2013  |   6:00

A description of the role of the shelf acetabuloplasty in treatment of late onset Perthes disease in children over 8 years of age. The procedure should be done before deformity develops. Cast immobilization may not be necessary, or could simply be a single hip walking type of cast. The procedure is simple, effective, and safe, and also — if it becomes necessary — facilitates a later arthroplasty in adult life.  YouTube link:  https://youtu.be/gdmkzvcMVcY

To download the free HELP title “Practice Of Pediatric Orthopaedics” referenced in the video, please visit: http://global-help.org/products/practice_of_pediatric_orthopaedics/