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Protesi di anca su frattura acetabolare in acuto

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Primary Total Hip Replacement in acetabular fractures

Abstract

Acetabular fractures need open anatomical reduction and stable internal fixation. In few cases some authors have suggested total hip replacement to solve complications that may occur in fracture dislocation. We analysed our experience and we concluded that in elderly patients with hip arthritis and fracture dislocation with comminution of the posterior wall there is indication for primary total hip replacement. In order to perform this kind of surgery, surgeons should make comprehensive preoperative planning, considering either trauma principles (reduction and osteosynthesis of the posterior column and wall is always compulsory) or arthroplasty principles (primary and revision devices).

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L’autore Marco Berlusconi dichiara di non avere alcun conflitto di interesse.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.U.O. TraumatologiaHumanitas Research HospitalRozzanoItalia

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