Trochanteric fractures. Mobility, complications, and mortality in 607 cases treated with the sliding-screw technique.

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Six hundred seven trochanteric fractures (563 patients) were treated with a sliding-screw technique and followed clinically and roentgenographically for at least one year. Of 351 patients admitted from their homes, 209 (60%) were discharged to their homes after an average of 18 days in the hospital. During the first year another 61 (17%) patients returned… (More)

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@article{Larsson1990TrochantericFM, title={Trochanteric fractures. Mobility, complications, and mortality in 607 cases treated with the sliding-screw technique.}, author={Sebastian E. Larsson and Sten G Friberg and Lars Ingvar Hansson}, journal={Clinical orthopaedics and related research}, year={1990}, volume={260}, pages={232-41} }