trochanteric


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tro·chan·ter·ic

, trochanterian (trō'kan-ter'ik, -ter'ē-an),
Relating to a trochanter; especially the greater trochanter.

tro·chan·ter·i·an

, trochanteric (trō'kan-ter'ē-ăn, -ter'ik)
Relating to a trochanter; especially the greater trochanter.

trochanterian

, trochanteric (trō″kăn-tē′rē-ăn) (trō-kăn-tĕr′ĭk)
Rel. to a trochanter.
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Various modalities of treatments are available like sliding hip screw, cephalomedullary nails, dynamic condylar screw, hemiarthroplasty and trochanteric stabilization plate.
At the end of the procedure, the desired distal advancement of the trochanteric fragment is greatly facilitated by a release of the long tendinous head of the gluteus minimus muscle, which runs along the anterior border of the mobile trochanteric fragment.
Unstable trochanteric fractures in elderly osteoporotic patients: role of primary hemiarthroplasty.
Surgical options for distal radial fracture, hip fracture, and trochanteric and femoral neck fractures are included.
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Hip fracture can be classified into femoral neck fracture and femoral trochanteric fracture.
Hip dislocation was difficult because of the gigantic femoral head and caused a trochanteric fracture.
The trochanteric epiphysis may also be elongated further predisposing individuals to GTPI.
On local examination, there was mild swelling over the left greater trochanteric region with mild thickening, irregularity, tenderness and absence of local rise in temperature on palpation.
Biomechanically, there is a high stress concentration in trochanteric region and high degree of communition makes reduction and fixation of such fractures a difficulty, which in turn is responsible for the high incidence of complications in the treatment of these fractures.
It has eight new chapters and new approaches and techniques, including extended greater trochanteric osteotomy and variations, arthroscopy for structural hip problems, double-tapered stems (ream and broach), techniques for proximal femoral deformity, and custom triflange devices; extended discussions of non-arthroplasty approaches, primary total hip arthroplasty, and revision total hip arthroplasty; and new coverage of techniques to manage infection and osteolysis in total hip arthroplasty.
The AO/ASIF proximal femoral nail (PFN) for the treatment of unstable trochanteric femoral fracture.