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Cemented versus uncemented hemiarthroplasty for the management of displaced femoral neck fractures in low-demand patients is a controversial topic in the orthopaedic literature.
Patients with AIS who had the C allele had a significantly higher lumbar spine BMD but not femoral neck BMD.
Radiographically, these patients will have a prominence on the femoral neck, which, when forced into the acetabulum, will result in a tearing or avulsion of the labrum; the damage then progresses with continued loading of the joint, notably in the anterosuperior cartilage, as previously stated.
Of note, the same magnitude of improvement in femoral neck bone mineral density was seen after just 5 years of ACE inhibitor therapy In other words, no further divergence in bone mineral density occurred during years 5-10.
15,17) A closed reduction under sedation or anesthesia should be attempted in the emergency department unless there is an associated hip or femoral neck fracture.
comparison of femoral neck strains in intact Sawbones[R] and cadaver femurs; and 3.
Femoral neck bone density rose by 6% on nitroglycerin and decreased by 1% on placebo.
The hip was dislocated, and femoral neck resection was performed subcutaneously with a sagittal saw, eliminating the need for delivering the femoral head out of the wound and allowing for minimal soft tissue dissection.
The current post hoc analysis of data on 1,216 women found that vertebral fracture risk was independent of gains or losses in femoral neck BMD in women taking teriparatide, compared with women on placebo, reported Dr.
Moreover, we found that bone loss of the femoral neck was proportional to disease duration, in keeping with previous reports (4, 24, 28, 30).
The association between 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels and bone mineral density of the femoral neck observed in the new study suggest that air pollution may promote the development of osteoporosis.
Every surgeon who tried to extract the femoral head from the hip joint in a patient with a broken femoral neck (collum femurs fracture) knows how difficult task it is.
By 1 year, 14 component revisions had occurred, including 10 for femoral neck fracture and 2 each for dislocations and acetabular component loosening.
5 and femoral neck T-score less than or equal to -1 SD, or lumbar spine T-score less than or equal to -1 and femoral neck T-score less than or equal to -2 SD) and not more than one osteoporosis-related fracture.
The KIAPEX is a bipolar femoral head prosthesis for treating femoral neck fracture.