acetabuloplasty


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acetabuloplasty

[ə‚sēd·ə′bu̇l·ə‚plas·tē]
(medicine)
Plastic surgery involving repair or enlargement of the cavity of the acetabulum to restore its normal state.
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Classification of acetabular deficiencies and operative treatment with acetabuloplasty combined with total hip arthroplasty.
This was eventually resolved by surgical treatment with a posterior acetabuloplasty and femoral varus osteotomy with a favorable outcome.
One-stage treatment of congenital severely dislocated hips in older children through various acetabuloplasty techniques: 22 children followed for 1-5 years.
Since it was possible to achieve concentric reduction of the hip joint and the age of the child was 7 years we had treatment options of Salter's osteotomy and Pemberton's Acetabuloplasty as illustrated in the table 1.
A motorized burr was used to create a small bleeding bed of bone at the 2:30 position, just inferior to the psoas tendon and superior to the tear; an acetabuloplasty was not performed.
Radiographic course after acetabuloplasty and femoral osteotomy in hip dysplasia.
The orthopedist recommended that our daughter undergo a surgical procedure called a "varus osteotomy with an acetabuloplasty and a capsular reefing.
Acetabular development in congenital dislocation of the hip: With special reference to the indications for acetabuloplasty and pelvic or femoral realignment osteotomy.