Position of the superficial femoral artery in closed hip nailing

@article{Yang2003PositionOT,
  title={Position of the superficial femoral artery in closed hip nailing},
  author={Kyu Hyun Yang and Choon Sik Yoon and Hui Wan Park and Jong Hoon Won and S. J. Park},
  journal={Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery},
  year={2003},
  volume={124},
  pages={169-172}
}
Adduction of the ipsilateral hip joint is necessary to facilitate closed hip nailing for trochanteric fracture. Even though positioning the patient supine with the perineal post against the ipsilateral medial thigh can change the course of the neurovascular structure in the proximal thigh, there have been no reports regarding the position of the femoral artery in the hip nailing position. We studied the position of the superficial femoral artery in 59 thighs using color-flow duplex scanning… CONTINUE READING
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