Comparision of ender nails, dynamic hip screw and gamma nails in treatment of peritrochanteric
6 Previous research has shown that fixation failure in hip fractures ranges from 5% in peritrochanteric
fractures through to 15% and 41% in undisplaced and displaced fractures of the femoral neck, respectively.
Greater trochanteric pain syndrome (GTPS) is a term used to describe disorders of the peritrochanteric
This little known but surprisingly widespread condition is called peritrochanteric
The value of the tip-apex distance in predicting failure of fixation of peritrochanteric
fractures of the hip.
Intramedullary osteosynthesis with gamma nail in treatment of peritrochanteric
fractures of the femur.
Charts for all patients treated with an IM nail for intertrochanteric, subtrochanteric, or peritrochanteric
fractures during the study period were evaluated for inclusion and exclusion criteria.
Gamma nails and dynamic hip screws for peritrochanteric
fractures a randomised prospective study in elderly patients.
Patients with hip dysplasia may initially present with mild peritrochanteric
pain reflecting abductor fatigue, an almost universal finding in pre-arthrotic hip dysplasia in the mature adult.
femoral fractures treated with a dynamic hip screwor a proximal femoral nail.
The telescoping Biomet[R] Peritrochanteric
Nail (PTN, Biomet[R]; Parsipanny, New Jersey) lag screw was used in the keyed version to minimize rotation.
In 1997, the AO/ASIF Research Institute introduced the proximal femoral nail (PFN, Mathys Medical Bettlach, Switzerland) for the treatment of peritrochanteric