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Cannulated Screws for Pelvic Fractures

  • David L. Helfet
  • Neel Anand

Abstract

To better understand the classification and the rationale of management of pelvic fractures, some knowledge of pelvic anatomy and biomechanics is essential.

Keywords

Pelvic Fracture Sacroiliac Joint Pelvic Ring Posterior Arch Cannulated Screw 
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  • David L. Helfet
  • Neel Anand

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