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The Hip Morphology Changes with Ageing in Asian Population

. This study aims to determine the changing in hip anatomy parameters with age and reveals the reason for the extorsion of lower extremity in the aged.. Retrospective study.. One hundred and forty patients who had received imaging check of the femur and acetabulum between October 2013 and October 20... Full description

Journal Title: BioMed Research International 2018, Vol.2018, 6 pages
Main Author: Yin, Yingchao
Other Authors: Zhang, Ruipeng , Jin, Lin , Li, Shilun , Hou, Zhiyong , Zhang, Yingze
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description: . This study aims to determine the changing in hip anatomy parameters with age and reveals the reason for the extorsion of lower extremity in the aged.. Retrospective study.. One hundred and forty patients who had received imaging check of the femur and acetabulum between October 2013 and October 2016 were included in this study.. The femoral neck torsion angle (FNTA), neck-shaft angle (NSA), and acetabular anteversion angle (AVA) were measured by an experienced orthopedic surgeon. All the patients’ demographic and physical characteristics including age, sex, body laterality, height, and weight were recorded. The Student-test, two-way ANOVA, Pearson correlation, and multiple linear regression were used for the statistical analysis.. The mean age for male and female was 45.01±15.38 and 49.30±17.63 years, respectively. Outcomes revealed that the NSA on the right side of the body, 133.46±4.46° in male and 134.36±4.71° in female, was statistically higher than the left side. Female FNTA had significantly higher values than male (
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