Intrapelvic reduction and buttress screw stabilization of dome impaction of the acetabulum: a technical trick.

@article{Casstevens2014IntrapelvicRA,
  title={Intrapelvic reduction and buttress screw stabilization of dome impaction of the acetabulum: a technical trick.},
  author={Christopher Casstevens and Michael Thomas Archdeacon and Albert Dʼheurle and Ryan P Finnan},
  journal={Journal of orthopaedic trauma},
  year={2014},
  volume={28 6},
  pages={e133-7}
}
Superomedial impaction of the anterior dome of the acetabulum is a known risk factor for poor outcomes after open reduction and internal fixation of acetabular fractures. The authors, using the anterior intrapelvic (modified Stoppa) approach to the acetabulum, describe a novel technique to help reduce and stabilize marginal impaction of the acetabular dome. In the senior author's experience, this technique has been helpful to achieve adequate reduction and stabilization. 
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