Operative Hüftgelenkseinstellung

  • W. Cordier
  • K. Kalchschmidt

Zusammenfassung

Mit der flächendeckenden Einführung des Hüftsonographiescreenings 1996 in Deutschland hat sich die Zahl der Hüftgelenksluxationen verringert, so dass operative Hüftgelenkseinstellungen nicht mehr als Routineeingriffe zu werten sind, sondern diese Versorgung entsprechenden Zentren vorbehalten werden sollte.

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  • K. Kalchschmidt

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