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We obtained the forearm images from CBCT and quantified RAFC from cross-sectional images to investigate the correlations with hip bone BMDs: total femur, femoral neck, femoral trochanter, femoral inter-trochanter and femoral ward's triangle, which BMD values were measured by DXA (Discovery-W scanner, Hologic Inc.
On the first DXA scan, people with HIV had significantly lower bone density than people without HIV at all three bone areas measured--the femoral neck, total hip, and lumbar spine (Figure 1).
1,2 Femoral neck fracture and intertrochanteric fracture are the main types of hip fracture, both accounting for 49% of all hip fractures, respectively.
For example, footballers' BMC was 7% higher than that of cyclists at the lumbar spine, and 5% higher at the femoral neck.
The aim in conducting the research was to demonstrate the immediate and over time effectiveness of kinesiotherapy's means to recover from femoral neck fracture.
The classification of femoral neck fractures is based on the degree of displacement.
There were 55 cases of femoral neck fractures and 40 cases of trochanteric fractures.
Here, we present a patient with an injured branch of the PFA following internal fixation with cannulated hip screws for a femoral neck fracture.
Hereditary multiple exostosis of the femoral proximal metaphysis causes the femoral head to become gigantic and the femoral neck diameter to increase and leads to valgus deformity [2,3].
3) One of the high-risk stress fractures is of the lateral femoral neck which risks osteonecrosis of the femoral head, the need for arthroplasty, and permanent disability.
In particular, the researchers noted that the sport's constant action and unorthodox movements increased bone mineralization in the femur (thigh) bone and femoral neck (which attaches the femur to the femoral head, or "ball" that connects to the hip socket).
An ambulatory 83-year-old female presented after a mechanical trip and fall with a right displaced femoral neck fracture.
The aged population is more prone to fracture of the femoral neck due to osteoporosis, however with an addition of the pathological neck shaft angle, the risks of the femur neck fracture is even greater.
8-10) In children more than two years of age who walk on the dislocated joint, in the case of persistent excessive anteversion of the femoral neck and femoral head displacement of more than one-third of the iliac width, both femoral and innominate osteotomies should be considered.