COLLABORATE
DONATE
Video Library
Back to Videos
Health
Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH)
Developmental Dysplasia of the hip, or DDH, is a condition that can be identified in the neonate. One or both hip joints have not formed properly - the acetabulum (or the hip socket) is too shallow (or dysplastic) and the hip is either dislocated at rest, or can be felt to easily dislocate by the examining physician. This animation explains DDH from a medical perspective.
Language: English
Country: USA
Download onto your computer:
Download Mp4
Computer
(.mp4)
Download MOV
Broadcast
(.mov)
Download 3gp
Smartphone
(.3gp)
Download 3gp Light
Cellphone
(.3gp Lite)
To download animations directly onto an android phone, download our app at Google Play.

We do not support iOS at this time. If you have an iOS device you may have trouble directly downloading our animations from the above links.
DONATE
SAWBO releases all of our animations freely for any educational purposes. If you have the means to donate, please click here. Your donation will help us continue to make content, and to provide that content freely to the world.
SUBSCRIBE
Please subscribe to our monthly newsletter to stay up to date on all of our new content. If you cannot donate to SAWBO, another way you can help is by joining our mailing list.