– Absence of recent suspect traumatic bone lesion visible from the segments
– Irregularity and fragmentation of the nuclei of femoral heads more marked
On the right side suggesting a bilateral Legg-Perthes-Calvé disease
Yes it is bilateral Legg-Perthes-Calvé disease with a broken bone fragment on right side
I am really sorry, Good Luck
unfortunately yes it is legg-perthes-calve disease ,consult the orthopedist for the treatment options of either surgical,orthotic or non treatment according to the age of the patient..
Sorru to tell u that, u need orthopedic consultant..
How old is he ,please??
Hi,yes, its Perthe’s disease (avascular necrosis of femoral head epiphysis),stage 2-3.
It is irreversible and natural remodelling is usually impossible at this stage.
Needs surgery at a later age.
At present,hip abduction splints with vitamin D and calcium will help.