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Rheumatology/Orthopedics Erosive Arthropathy as a complication

A 2-month-old baby has asymmetric gluteal folds. If untreated, the underlying pelvic condition will most likely progress to an erosive arthropathy. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?

A- Dislocation
B- Fascitis
C- Ganglion
D- Myositis ossificans
E- Sprain
F- Strain
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going out on a limb here... is it A?? CDH?
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A- Dislocation
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i really don't understand the question. y do u guys think it's an A?
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congenital hip dislocation..leading to erosive arthritis.
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