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When performing an anterior intrapelvic approach to the acetabulum, ligation of the anastamoses between the obturator vessels and which of the following vessels should be performed to gain appropriate access to the true pelvis?
External iliac vessels
Internal iliac vessels
Superior gluteal vessels
Femoral cutaneous vessels
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A 55-year-old male involved in a motor vehicle collision sustains an acetabular fracture. Which of the following approaches would provide the best exposure for open reduction internal fixation of the displaced fragments seen on the 3-D CT image in Figure A?
Modified Stoppa approach
Medial window of the ilioinguinal
Simultaneous anterior and posterior exposure