She have been born at full term by cephalic presentation.

A baby who drags one leg when crawling Should a late medical diagnosis of congenital hip dislocation be considered in the entire case of this 10-month-old baby? Case presentation History and examination A 10-month-aged baby girl offered a past background of dragging her remaining leg while crawling. She have been born at full term by cephalic presentation, and she had no genealogy of hip dysplasia. Examination revealed an extra crease on the left leg with some shortening of the leg.Standard of living was assessed by using the Medical Outcomes Study 12-Item Short Type Health Survey . Statistical Analysis The trial was made to test for the noninferiority of gene-expression profiling, as compared with routine endomyocardial biopsies, with regards to the primary outcome. The primary analysis, which was conducted in the intention-to-deal with population, was a comparison between the combined groups of the time to the initial occurrence of the composite primary outcome; the evaluation was made with the use of the hazard ratios calculated from a Cox proportional-hazards model.054).