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Table 1 Treatment history of the hips

From: Percutaneous medial hemi-epiphysiodesis using a transphyseal screw for caput valgum associated with developmental dysplasia of the hip

  N = 18a
Reduction method
 Closed reduction under general anesthesia 2 (11%)
 Open reduction 16 (89%)
Procedures performed before hemi-epiphysiodesis
 Femoral varus osteotomy 3 (17%)
 Salter innominate osteotomy 1 (6%)
 Dega osteotomy 5 (28%)
 Femoral varus osteotomy and Dega osteotomyb 5 (28%)
 Femoral varus osteotomy and shelf aectabuloplastyc 1 (6%)
 Femoral varus osteotomy, Dega osteotomy, and triple innominate osteotomyc 1 (6%)
Procedures concurrent with hemi-epiphysiodesis
 Dega osteotomy 1 (6%)
 Shelf acetabuloplasty 1 (6%)
 Epiphysiodesis, distal femur 2 (11%)
Procedures performed after hemi-epiphysiodesis
 Epiphysiodesis, distal femur 1 (6%)
 Greater trochanter apophyisodesis 1 (6%)
  1. aThe values are given as the number of hips
  2. bProcedures were performed at the same time in 4 hips and in sequence in 1 hip
  3. cIn sequence