Typically characterized by abnormal formation of the hip joint, DDH describes a condition in which the ball on top of the thighbone (femur) is not held firmly in the socket.
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Although chronic hip pain is often associated with aging, the appearance of this symptom in adolescents and young adults may be a sign of hip dysplasia.
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A procedure in which the acetabulum is surgically cut to allow the femoral head to sit firmly in the "socket" of the hip bone.
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