Outcomes are equivalent for two-column acetabular fractures either with or without posterior-wall fractures

@article{Min2018OutcomesAE,
  title={Outcomes are equivalent for two-column acetabular fractures either with or without posterior-wall fractures},
  author={B. Min and Kyung-Jae Lee and Jaewon Jung and G. Kim and K. Song and K. Bae and S. Lee},
  journal={Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery},
  year={2018},
  volume={138},
  pages={1223-1234}
}
IntroductionIt is likely that posterior-wall involvement in association with two-column fractures plays a pivotal role in outcomes because of the potential for hip instability if it is not anatomically reduced and fixed. Uncertainty remains about how this fracture is best treated, especially regarding how posterior-wall involvement may affect functional results.Materials and methodsTo better understand the role that posterior-wall involvement may play in determining functional results, we… Expand

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