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Table 1 Baseline data of 15 patients

From: Total hip arthroplasty with femoral osteotomy and modular prosthesis for proximal femoral deformity

Disease type Patient Sex Age Geometry type Degree of claudication Degree of shortening Glutaeus medius strength Length of femoral osteotomy Follow-up duration
DDH (Crowe type IV) No.1 Male 45 Rotational Severe claudication Severe shortening Grade 4 3.5 49
No.2 Male 39 Rotational with canal occlusion Severe claudication Severe shortening Grade 5 3.3 58
No.3 Male 49 Rotational Moderate claudication Moderate shortening Grade 4 2 45
No.4 Female 46 Rotational Moderate claudication Moderate shortening Grade 4 2.1 85
DDH (Crowe type III) No.5 Female 48 Rotational with horizontal displacement Moderate claudication Moderate shortening Grade 4 2.2 52
No.6 Male 48 Rotational Moderate claudication Moderate shortening Grade 5 2.3 20
Malunion following proximal femoral fracture No.7 Male 43 Rotational Severe claudication Severe shortening Grade 4 4.2 57
No.8 Female 48 Rotational with horizontal displacement Severe claudication Severe shortening Grade 4 3.5 65
No.9 Male 47 Rotational with horizontal displacement Severe claudication Severe shortening Grade 4 3.7 71
Post femoral osteotomy for congenital hip dislocation No.10 Female 50 Rotational with horizontal displacement Severe claudication Severe shortening Grade 4 3.1 65
No.11 Male 52 Rotational Moderate claudication Moderate shortening Grade 5 2.5 49
No.12 Male 44 Rotational Moderate claudication Moderate shortening Grade 5 2.6 72
No.13 Female 48 Rotational with horizontal displacement Severe claudication Severe shortening Grade 4 3.5 80
No.14 Male 43 Rotational with canal occlusion Severe claudication Severe shortening Grade 3 3.8 70
Old septic hip arthritis No.15 Male 41 Rotational Severe claudication Severe shortening Grade 4 3.8 56
  1. Note: DDH developmental dysplasia of the hip