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Hip dislocation in severe cerebral palsy

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In recent years, it has been recommended that the management of children with bilateral spastic cerebral palsy should include close attention to the hips, with radiological surveillance of at-risk hips to detect subluxation and early intervention with postural management and surgery. A report from Derby, UK (

) , has provided data on hip dislocation among children with bilateral spastic cerebral palsy who were managed conventionally before modern, more active management was …

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