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A 41-year-old female sustains the injury shown in Figure A as a result of a high-speed motor vehicle collision. After a successful attempt at closed reduction in the emergency room using conscious sedation, repeat radiographs show a reduced hip joint. What is the next most appropriate step in treatment?
Femoral skeletal traction
CT scan of hip and pelvis
Dynamic fluoroscopic examination under general anesthesia
Hip spica dressing
Touch down weight bearing mobilization
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A 30-year-old driver is involved in a motor vehicle collision and sustains the injury shown in Figure A. What is the most likely concomitant injury?
Right knee meniscus tear
Left knee ACL tear
Right ankle fracture-dislocation
Lumbar burst fracture
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HPI - fell from motor cycle 9 months ago, is walking with a limp.Has had no treatment.
treatment with limited resourses
HPI - Pain in left hip joint for last 20 years which gradually increased to present stage. At the age of 10 years patient sustained a fall followed by symptoms, and was treated conservatively. Pain increases on walking for long distances (250 meters) and decreases with rest. No other relevant infection history,
How would you treat this patient in your institution?