Author(s): Quinlan WR, Brady PG, Regan BF
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Abstract Fractures of the femoral neck in children are rare. They are commonly associated with severe complications, especially avascular necrosis of the femoral head, non-union, coxa vara and premature closure of the upper femoral epiphysis. A review of current literature and a detailed analysis of cases seen in this hospital are given. Our experience indicates that early operation using internal fixation offers the best results.
This article was published in Injury
and referenced in Journal of Trauma & Treatment
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