60 years female presented to the OPD with progressively increasing pain and limp right hip region for the past 2 yrs.
On examination she had severe deformities of the hip with 3 cm shortening. She was barely able to walk without support
Radiographs showed secondary OA right hip (severe dysplasia)
Management of dysplastic hip is tricky as locating true acetabulum in these cases can be difficult and challenging. Also soft tissue are severely contracted and there is alteration in the morphology of femur & acetabulum. We have done Uncemented Total Hip Replacement with acetabulum at anatomical position which requires expertise.
Now patient is walking comfortably with walker and without limp.