Attachments: Saifee, Nanavati, Cumballa Hill, St. Elizabeth Hospitals Mumbai, India
*Corresponding Author: Dilip Shah, Attachments: Saifee, Nanavati, Cumballa Hill, St. Elizabeth Hospitals Mumbai, India.
Received: January 24, 2022; Published: May 12, 2022
Intertrochanteric fractures of Femur are the commonest fractures. Varus collapse of the femoral neck and head Implants cutting out which makes revision surgery necessary. Uncontrolled shortening of the femoral neck Rigid distal tip Weakening of the hip abductor muscles making Revision surgery mandatory. Malrotation and Shortening of the neck and head Shaft fractures at the distal tip of the nail Leg length discrepancy, decreased strength, and impaired patient mobility leading to failure of procedure.
Keywords: Intertrochanteric Fractures an Enigma; Suggesting Solutions According to Situation; Better Outcome; Lesser Complications
Citation: Dilip Shah. “Intertrochanteric Fractures - Unsolved Enigma". Acta Scientific Orthopaedics 5.6 (2022): 39-42.
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