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Bilateral hip surgery in severe cerebral palsy
The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery
W hen cerebral palsy involves the entire body pelvic asymmetry indicates that both hips are 'at risk'. We carried out a six-year retrospective clinical, radiological and functional study of 30 children (60 hips) with severe cerebral palsy involving the entire body to evaluate whether bilateral simultaneous combined soft-tissue and bony surgery of the hip could affect the range of movement, achieve hip symmetry as judged by the windsweep index, improve the radiological indices of hipdoi:10.1302/0301-620x.83b8.11266 pmid:11764432 fatcat:2gcbnn7xhjepfd2rgskzvzwsla