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DATE

2000

AUTHORS

P. M. Rommens , M. H. Hessmann

ABSTRACT

Compared with surgery for fractures in other regions of the body, the operative treatment of acetabulum fractures is a recent development. This is so for several reasons: acetabulum fractures are rare, their analysis is complex and the surgery is difficult. In young people acetabulum fractures are caused by high-energy trauma. The early operative treatment of this fracture has the same advantage as the osteosynthesis of long bone fractures in the severely injured: fracture fixation permits early mobilization of the patient and prevents the complications of prolonged bed rest [1,2]. In addition, since acetabular fractures are articular fractures, the goal of treatment should be the same as for other joint injuries: the anatomical and stable reduction of the joint surfaces [3]. More... »

PAGES

265-279

Book

TITLE

Management of Fractures in Severely Osteoporotic Bone

ISBN

978-1-84996-855-3
978-1-4471-3825-9

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-1-4471-3825-9_19

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4471-3825-9_19

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