Posterior hip dislocation


Posterior hip dislocation more common than anterior hip dislocations, and are generally the result of violent trauma.

After reduction of the dislocation, it is important to perform a Judet view and CT, to confirm the total joint reduction. It is important to search for intra-articular bone fragments, acetabular rim, and columns fractures.

Iliac crest apophysitis is relatively uncommon. It is due to the repetitive action of the abdominal muscles. It is often seen in runners, soccer players, dancers and gymnasts; but may occur in any athlete. It is generally seen between the ages of 9 and 16 years. But can occur as late as 20 years in boys and 18 years in girls 1.