Case Reports in Hip Fracture Journal publishes journal of Hip Fracture case reports, surgery in Hip Fracture journal, case reports journal in Hip Fracture, video journal in Hip Fracture case reports, imaging in Hip Fracture journal etc. Most hip fractures occur in one of two locations on the long bone that extends from your pelvis to your knee (femur):
The femoral neck. This area is situated in the upper portion of your femur, just below the ball part (femoral head) of the ball-and-socket joint. The intertrochanteric region. This region is a little farther down from the hip joint, in the portion of your upper femur that juts outward. The type of surgery you have generally depends on the where and how severe the fracture is, whether the broken bones aren't properly aligned (displaced), and your age and underlying health conditions. The options include: Internal repair using screws, Total hip replacement and Partial hip replacement.
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