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Assuming the images represent isolated injuries, which of the following Figures demonstrates a Pipkin II femoral head fracture?
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HPI - Dashboard injury followed by severe pain, loss of movement in the Lt. Hip and inability to walk.
What Pipkin Classification is this fx?
HPI - 23-year-old male patient admitted to the emergency room s/p high-speed motor vehicle collision. X-rays reveal a femoral head fracture.
How would you treat this comminuted femoral head fracture
HPI - 21 year male pt , no relevant medical hsitory.
Presented by this bad fracture dislocation thad has been reduced in ER but unstable . What is the best treatment option for this young patient?
what is the best treatment option?