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Long-term results of internal-and-transosseous osteosynthesis of intraarticular fractures of the proximal femur


We analyze the condition of 28 patients who underwent internal-and-transosseous metal osteosynthesis of the femoral neck. We use clinical, radiological and functional research methods for the examination. In clinical research methods, the main attention was paid to the patient's gait, pain syndrome, which was evaluated both during physical exertion and at rest. The radiological methods of the study assessed the signs of consolidation of bone fragments, the presence of bone trabeculae, which, without interruption, pass from the neck to the femoral head. In case of pain in the hip joint, a computed tomography was performed with the measurement of the length of the hip neck, which was compared with the length of the hip neck of the healthy side. The congruence of the articular surfaces and the articular gap of the hip joint were studied. Functional studies were carried out using the systems for assessing the state of the hip joint of Luboshitz–Mattis–Schwarzberg and W.H. Harris. The follow-up period ranged from 1 to 7 years. The obtained studies allowed an objective assessment of the long-term results of metal osteosynthesis of femoral neck fractures with an original fixator. A positive assessment of the long-term results of osteosynthesis of the femoral neck allows us to recommend using this fixator in clinical practice.


intraarticular hip fracture; internal-and-transosseous osteosynthesis

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