Surgery for pathological proximal femoral fractures, excluding femoral head and neck fractures

@article{Zacherl2010SurgeryFP,
  title={Surgery for pathological proximal femoral fractures, excluding femoral head and neck fractures},
  author={Maximilian Zacherl and Gerald Gruber and Mathias Glehr and Petra Ofner-Kopeinig and Roman Radl and Manfred Greitbauer and Vilmos V{\'e}csei and Reinhard Windhager},
  journal={International Orthopaedics},
  year={2010},
  volume={35},
  pages={1537-1543}
}
Pathological femoral head and neck fractures are commonly treated by arthroplasty. Treatment options for the trochanteric region or below are not clearly defined. The purpose of this retrospective, comparative, double-centre study was to analyse survival and influences on outcome according to the surgical technique used to treat pathological proximal femoral fractures, excluding fractures of the femoral head and neck. Fifty-nine patients with 64 fractures were operated up on between 1998 and… CONTINUE READING

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