2-year-old male child developed a right-sided limp

A 2-year-old male child developed a right-sided limp. His parents noticed that the child had been limping on his right side for a day. The reports are attached below.

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Perthes disease It occurs when blood supply is temporarily disrupted to the round head of thigh bone. It is a rare disease in child .
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Flattening of R femoral head.Legg-Calve-Perthes disease.
Yes head of femur is flattened Yes Cleve-perth disease
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1st xray show medial joint space widening right hip 2nd and 3rd show right hip suggestive of perthes Please specify timing of xrays It can't be of same time Unusual to see this much change at two years Confirm before starting treatment Show the inhouse orthopaedic surgeon
Perthes disease. It is a rare childhood condition that affects the hip. It occurs when the blood supply to the rounded head of the femur (thighbone) is temporarily disrupted. Without an adequate blood supply, the bone cells die, a process called avascular necrosis.
Perthes Disease is a rare childhood condition that affects the hip. It occurs when the blood supply to the rounded head of the femur is temporarily disrupted. With out an adequate blood supply, the bone cells die, a process called Avuncular Necrosis.
SUGGESTIVE OF BLOOD. SUPPLY...TO THE. ROUNDED. HEAD OF FEMUR....IS TEMPORARILY...DISRUPTED ... AND THERE. IS AVASCULAR. NECROSIS
X-ray showing loss of normal contur of femoral head in ft. side, Perthes disease of hip rt. is avascular necrosis of femoral head,
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Seizure Disorder, Do EEG, CT Scan Head/ MRI Brain and Electrolytes to rule out the cause.
SUGGESTIVE OF CALVE--. PERTHES DISEASE.. NEEDS FURTHER. EVALUATION
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