Outcome of operative management of displaced acetabular fracture: A retrospective analysis / of a tertiary care center of a developing country
Displaced acetabular fracture is a consequence of high energy trauma and commonly seen in young population. There has been increasing trend towards operative management of these injuries to provide early mobilisation and prevent complication of incongruent reduction.
A retrospective analysis on outcome of operative management of 16 displaced acetabular fracture carried out at university teaching hospital carried out between 2015 to 2017 AD
TheMerle d’Aubigné hip score at finalfollow of 3 to 30 months period ranged from 7 to 17.The average score was 13.8.
This study was able to shed light on epidemiological aspect of acetabular fracture and outcome of operative management of such injuries.
Displaced acetabulum fracture, Merled’Aubigné hip score
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