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Treatment of Displaced Sacroiliac Fracture Using the Lateral Window for Short Plate Buttress Reduction and Percutaneous Sacroiliac Screw Fixation.

By Colin Murphy, James Gill, Andrew Carrothers and Peter Hull

Abstract

Fractures through the sacroiliac joint are very challenging to treat, technically difficult to reduce through closed methods on account of the multiaxial displacement of fractures fragments, frequently occur in very unwell patients, and have poor outcomes if malreduction is present. We describe a technique utilising the lateral window and a short buttress plate to reduce and stabilize the fragments prior to percutaneous fixation with sacroiliac screws

Topics: fracture, Pelvic trauma, sacrum, Orthopedic surgery, RD701-811
Publisher: Mashhad University of Medical Sciences
Year: 2016
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