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Gänsslen, A; Hildebrand, F; Heidari, N; Weinberg, AM.
Acetabular fractures in children: a review of the literature.
Acta Chir Orthop Traumatol Cech. 2013; 80(1):10-14
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Weinberg Annelie-Martina
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Abstract:
Injury to the acetabular growth plate is rare. Accordingly, data on the incidence in the literature are controverse. Other difficulties include the clear definition of a pediatric acetabular injury. The modified classification according to Salter-Harris described by Bucholz is used in immature patients. The majority of these injuries can be treated conservatively. In severely displaced injuries or in the presence of intra-articular pathologies open procedures are recommended. The main long-term complication is the development of posttraumatic acetabular dysplasia which should be early detected by regular check-ups until the completion of growth. Overall, the long-term results are satisfactory.
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