Hip dysplasia is often asymptomatic. It may result from a change in the child development, without the possibility of making the proper diagnosis until it reaches bone maturity. In most cases it is sufficient a radiograph of the anteroposterior pelvis, properly centered and with good resolution, to run a diagnosis. (fig. 1). When there are symptoms (see section "What is hip dysplasia? "). é importante que o seu médico prescreva uma radiografia da bacia inteira (e não apenas das ancas separadas) e que interprete as imagens de displasia:
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