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Fibular grafting with cannulated hip screw fixation in late femoral neck fracture in young adults

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Author(s): Goyal R | Chandra H | Pruthi K | Nirvikalp

Journal: Indian Journal of Orthopaedics
ISSN 0019-5413

Volume: 40;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 94;
Date: 2006;
Original page

Keywords: Late fracture neck femur; Young adults; Fibular graft; Cannulated hip screw.

ABSTRACT
Background: We reviewed the operative results of fibular bone graft with cannulated hip screw fixation in femoral neck fracture in young adults. Method: Sixteen young adults with femoral neck fracture were treated by fibular bone graft with cannulated hip screw fixation. All the fractures were more than 3 weeks old. Results: Results were assessed in 15 patients while one patient died due to complications not related to surgery. Union occurred in all 15 patients. One patient had intra-operative complication in the form of screw cut out with graft in the joint space. The average fallow up was 24.4 months. Out of 15 patients assessed clinico-radiologically 11 showed good results, 3 had fair while 1 had poor result. Conclusion: We conclude that this is a simple and cost effective procedure for late femoral fleck fracture in young adults with good results.
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