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Table 1 Clinical manifestation of 29 patients with hip dislocation due to coxotuberculosis

From: RETRACTED ARTICLE: Pathological dislocation of the hip due to coxotuberculosis in children: a 29-case report

Clinical manifestation Patients
Patients (male/female) 32 (19/13)
Age (years) 4.3 (ranged, 1–11)
Han/Tibetan/Yi nationality 12/9/8
Duration (months) 18 (ranged, 10 days–10 years)
Dislocation of hip joint  
 Subluxation 4
 Complete dislocation 25
Concomitant symptom  
 Hip local swelling 13
 Fever (38°C–39°C) 6
 Pulmonary tuberculosis 7
 Spondylocace 2
 Tibia tuberculosis 1
 Femoral tuberculosis 1
 Liac fossa abscess 1
Harris score 61 (43–78)
Acetabular index  
 15-20° (normal) 11
 25-35° (mild) 12
 40-50° (severe) 6
Preoperative examination  
 Damage of acetabulum 18
 Ischemic necrosis of femoral head 15
 Excalation of femoral head 6
 Total absence of femoral head 2
 Absence of femoral head and neck 1