Femoral Intertrochanteric Fracture & Fixation with Compression Screw - Print Quality Instant Download
An intertrochanteric fracture, or hip fracture, is surgically treated with plates and screws. After exposing the femoral head, a guide wire is placed to direct reaming of the fracture site. A lag screw is placed into the femoral head to span the fracture, while a sideplate and screws stabilize the repaired femur.
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