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Treating Hip Dysplasia in Young Adults

by Michael Kain, M.D. | 3 years ago

Hip dysplasia is the under development of the acetabulum, or hip joint. Hip joint pain during or after activity can be a sign of hip dysplasia and can lead to osteoarthritis and the need for a hip replacement later in life if not treated.

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