Move Forward™ report for hip dysplasia
Interactive 3D view in motion
A Ganz osteotomy, peri-acetabular osteotomy, or simply a PAO is typically performed for the correction of dysplasia. The cup of the hip joint is cut from the pelvis and repositioned in a different orientation. This makes the joint less shallow and gives the hip joint more stability. A Move Forward™ 3D motion simulation report for hip dysplasia helps you to understand your situation. It shows you your hip joint in 3D motion, based on the CT-scan provided by your doctor. The PAO reports also show you the effects of rotating the cup to provide more stability.
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