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Jan
2009

Hip fracture patients experience high pain levels during postoperative rehabilitation. The role of surgical technique on postoperative pain has not been evaluated previously.
One hundred and seventeen hip fracture patients were included in a descriptive prospective study.

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Jun
1989

[Surgical treatment of intertrochanteric fracture].

Zhonghua Wai Ke Za Zhi 1989 Jun;27(6):331-2, 380-1
S B Lu
75 cases of intertrochanteric fracture were treated operatively with different instrumentation according to the fracture patterns. Classification of these fractures in relation to choice of fixation device used were discussed. We are in favour of dividing these fractures into two types: stable, 31 fractures; 24 of them were fixed with compression screws, the rest 7 with compression sliding lag screw-plate; unstable, 44 fractures; they were fixed with compression sliding lag screw-plate except 6.

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Dec
1999

More than 220,000 persons 65 years and older fracture a hip every year in the United States. Although hip fractures have been considered as a single, homogeneous condition, there are two major anatomic types of proximal femoral fractures: intertrochanteric and femoral neck. The present study's objective was to determine if the two types of hip fracture have different patient characteristics and sequelae.

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