How are you? Hip dysplasia is a disease that, in its more severe form, can eventually cause crippling lameness and painful arthritis of the joints. It is caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors.In a hip suffering from dysplasia, two things are commonly abnormal. First, the caput is not deeply and tightly held by the acetabulum. Instead of being a snug fit, it is a loose fit, or a partial fit. Secondly, the caput or acetabulum are not smooth and round, but are misshapen, causing abnormal wear and tear or friction within the joint as it moves.
All this leads to cartilage damage, inflammation and osteoarthritis. Hyperflexibility and hypermobility inturn would lead to arthritis and destruction of the joint.The classic diagnostic technique is with appropriate x-Rays and hip scoring tests.
Treatment initially involves non-surgical approach.Non-surgical interventions include three elements: weight control, exercise control, and medication. Carprofen and meloxicam are the most commonly used NSAID's. Prednisolone can also be used. If these measures fail surgical treatment with hip replacement or excision arthroplasty or femoral head ostectomy can be considered.
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