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Methods An retrospective, observational research was conducted in a retrospective, observational study; we examined pelvic radiographs in children with LCPD at the time of onset of acetabular retroversion and estimated predictive factors for retroversion. In stage II and III than stage I and IV, a more retroverted acetabulum was discovered in stage II and III. In hips of the contralateral side of the LCPD without LCPD, the prevalence of acetabular retroversion was 0% in both groups. The lateral pillar in stage II and IV's demise of the lateral pillar, or a non-dysplastic hip were among the potential reasons for retroversion, according to the programmer. Conclusions This is the first study to assess the acetabular version of children with LCPD from early childhood to recovery. LCPD can cause acetabular retroversion in the developing hip, which is most noticeable in the fragmentation and early healing process. Partial reconstruction of acetabular retroversion can occur after healing.
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