Recurrence of axial malalignment after surgical correction in congenital femoral deficiency and fibular hemimelia. (1/4)(+info)
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Knee malalignment is associated with an increased risk for incident and enlarging bone marrow lesions in the more loaded compartments: the MOST study. (3/4)(+info)
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Coxa valga can be caused by a variety of factors, including:
1. Congenital conditions: Some people may be born with coxa valga due to genetic mutations or developmental disorders.
2. Trauma: A severe injury or trauma to the hip joint can cause coxa valga.
3. Osteoarthritis: Degenerative changes in the hip joint due to aging or overuse can lead to coxa valga.
4. Rheumatoid arthritis: Inflammatory conditions like rheumatoid arthritis can cause destruction of the hip joint and result in coxa valga.
5. Neurological disorders: Certain neurological conditions, such as cerebral palsy or spina bifida, can affect muscle control and lead to coxa valga.
Symptoms of coxa valga may include:
1. Pain in the hip or groin area
2. Stiffness and limited mobility in the hip joint
3. Difficulty walking or standing
4. Abnormal gait or limp
5. Limited range of motion in the hip joint
Treatment for coxa valga depends on the underlying cause and severity of the condition. Conservative treatment options may include:
1. Physical therapy: Strengthening exercises and stretches to improve muscle control and flexibility around the hip joint.
2. Bracing: Wearing a brace or orthosis to support the affected limb and help maintain proper alignment.
3. Pain management: Medications to relieve pain and reduce inflammation.
4. Injections: Steroid injections into the affected joint to reduce inflammation and swelling.
5. Surgery: In severe cases, surgical intervention may be necessary to correct the alignment of the hip joint.
It is important to seek medical attention if you experience any symptoms of coxa valga, as early diagnosis and treatment can help to improve outcomes and prevent further complications. Your healthcare provider will perform a thorough examination and order imaging studies, such as X-rays or an MRI, to determine the underlying cause of your condition and develop an appropriate treatment plan.
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- The two main deformities emerging in the proximal femur are the coxa vara and the coxa valga in which the femoral neck and shaft angle is decreased and increased, respectively. (totbid.org.tr)
- Both the hip dysplasia and coxa vara deformity can be corrected by utilizing different osteotomy techniques in the acetabulum and the proximal femur. (totbid.org.tr)
- There is significant impact of stress distribution and deflection over the femur bone in case of change in optimum CCD angle (coxa norma) and also leads to change the natural frequency of the bone. (extrica.com)
- An abnormally small angle between femur shaft and neck is known as coxa vara generally ranges in between 100° to 120° and larger angle than this known to be as coxa valga generally ranges 130° to 160° (Fig. 3). (extrica.com)
- This angle changes in shape of the femur naturally affect the knee, coxa valga may lead to the problem of genu varum (bow-leggedness), while coxa vara creates to the genu valgum (knock-knees) deformity . (extrica.com)
- Deformidad de la cadera en el que el ángulo entre el cuello femoral y su eje es reducido. (bvsalud.org)
- Coxa valga and failure of acetabular development is accompanied by femoral head subluxation. (totbid.org.tr)
- This disorder is characterized by skeletal dysplasia (e.g., platyspondyly, short trunk, scoliosis, broad ilia, elongated femoral necks with coxa valga) and severe enamel and dental anomalies. (omicsdi.org)