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PREVALENCE OF HIP DYSPLASIA IN ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS USING COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN IN INDIAN POPULATION WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF DICOM SYSTEM

G. Paramesh, Rajitha Vanga, Raja Siva, Saravanan Sekaran, Dhanraj Ganapathy.

Abstract
Timely diagnosis of acetabular dysplasia helps patients to prevent undergoing the osteoarthritis and hip replacement procedure. Though there are various diagnostic procedures available to detect hip dysplasia, but the procedures are not accurate. The present study aims to unify the single mode of diagnostic technique that helps to identify the prevalence of hip dysplasia in asymptomatic patients in the Indian population. Materials and Methods: 200 asymptomatic patients were subjected to with Computed tomography scan with DICOM assistance. Various diagnostic techniques like Centre edge angle, Angle of sharp, Depth to width ratio, and Tonnis angle were taken for identifying the pathology. Results: Among the 200 asymptomatic patients, the center edge angle has detected the hip dysplasia with 11.5% highest accuracy, followed by tonnis angle 8 % of patients and 9.5% depth to width ratio and angle of sharp detected 9.5% respectively. The female population in the present study was more affected with the hip dysplasia using the diagnostic technique center edge angle 14%, 12% angle of sharp, 10% depth to width ratio, and 10% Tonnis angle. While in the prevalence male was 9% using center edge angle, 7% with angle of sharp, 9% depth to width ratio, and 6% Tonnis angle. Conclusion: Based on the present data centre edge angle was found to be a desired diagnostic tool for identifying the hip dysplasia with precision. Indian ethnicity was most prone to hip-associated pathology compared to the other population like 3.3 % in the Nigerian population and 3.8% in the United Kingdom. It was thought that female population was suspectable to critically ill hip pathology and the present study proved that, but the present study found that the prevalence of hip dysplasia was highly reported when compared to the similar studies done worldwide.

Key words: Acetabular dysplasia, Arthroplasty, acetabulum geometry, Tonnis Angle , Hip dysplasia, Teardrop acetabulum, hip pathology , Osteoporosis


 
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G. Paramesh, Rajitha Vanga, Raja Siva, Saravanan Sekaran, Dhanraj Ganapathy. PREVALENCE OF HIP DYSPLASIA IN ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS USING COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN IN INDIAN POPULATION WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF DICOM SYSTEM . ECB. 2022; 11(4): 12-15. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.04.002


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G. Paramesh, Rajitha Vanga, Raja Siva, Saravanan Sekaran, Dhanraj Ganapathy. PREVALENCE OF HIP DYSPLASIA IN ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS USING COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN IN INDIAN POPULATION WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF DICOM SYSTEM . https://www.eurchembull.com/?mno=65655 [Access: September 25, 2022]. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.04.002


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G. Paramesh, Rajitha Vanga, Raja Siva, Saravanan Sekaran, Dhanraj Ganapathy. PREVALENCE OF HIP DYSPLASIA IN ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS USING COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN IN INDIAN POPULATION WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF DICOM SYSTEM . ECB. 2022; 11(4): 12-15. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.04.002



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G. Paramesh, Rajitha Vanga, Raja Siva, Saravanan Sekaran, Dhanraj Ganapathy. PREVALENCE OF HIP DYSPLASIA IN ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS USING COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN IN INDIAN POPULATION WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF DICOM SYSTEM . ECB. (2022), [cited September 25, 2022]; 11(4): 12-15. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.04.002



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G. Paramesh, Rajitha Vanga, Raja Siva, Saravanan Sekaran, Dhanraj Ganapathy (2022) PREVALENCE OF HIP DYSPLASIA IN ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS USING COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN IN INDIAN POPULATION WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF DICOM SYSTEM . ECB, 11 (4), 12-15. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.04.002



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G. Paramesh, Rajitha Vanga, Raja Siva, Saravanan Sekaran, Dhanraj Ganapathy. 2022. PREVALENCE OF HIP DYSPLASIA IN ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS USING COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN IN INDIAN POPULATION WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF DICOM SYSTEM . European Chemical Bulletin, 11 (4), 12-15. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.04.002



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G. Paramesh, Rajitha Vanga, Raja Siva, Saravanan Sekaran, Dhanraj Ganapathy. "PREVALENCE OF HIP DYSPLASIA IN ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS USING COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN IN INDIAN POPULATION WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF DICOM SYSTEM ." European Chemical Bulletin 11 (2022), 12-15. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.04.002



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G. Paramesh, Rajitha Vanga, Raja Siva, Saravanan Sekaran, Dhanraj Ganapathy. "PREVALENCE OF HIP DYSPLASIA IN ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS USING COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN IN INDIAN POPULATION WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF DICOM SYSTEM ." European Chemical Bulletin 11.4 (2022), 12-15. Print. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.04.002



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G. Paramesh, Rajitha Vanga, Raja Siva, Saravanan Sekaran, Dhanraj Ganapathy (2022) PREVALENCE OF HIP DYSPLASIA IN ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS USING COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN IN INDIAN POPULATION WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF DICOM SYSTEM . European Chemical Bulletin, 11 (4), 12-15. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.04.002