25 consecutive patients suffering from unstable intertrochanteric fracture with lateral wall comminution were treated with Trochanteric
Tower and Beals studied 102 revisions for periprosthetic fracture of the femur from 30 surgeons and reported a 62% rate of complications for cemented revisions, with 38% loosening and 24% of other complications, such as infection, dislocation, or trochanteric
Effects of lag screw design and lubrication on sliding in trochanteric
The operation is deemed a "relative lengthening," because only the superior circumference of the neck becomes longer by the trimming away of most of the trochanteric
portion in its posterosuperior circumference, such that it becomes continuous with the smaller contour of the neck.
Critical analysis of ender nailing in the treatment of trochanteric
Surgical Treatment of Trochanteric
and Cervical Hip Fractures in the United States: J Arthroplasty.
We examined the lumbar spine and hip region with neck of femur and trochanteric
areas and found that the mean T-score of lumbar was <the mean T-score of hip areas.
osteotomy was fixed with a trochanteric
grip [Figure 1]e.
If the combination of acetabular protrusion and coxa vara are severe, in situ femoral neck osteotomy or trochanteric
osteotomy to facilitate dislocation must be considered.
Efficacy of treatment of trochanteric
bursitis: a systematic review.
In the early stage, people may be diagnosed with trochanteric
bursitis (inflammation of the fluid-filled sac located at the top, outside point of the hip, known as the greater trochanter'), and receive a cortisone shot for the pain.
The global orthopedic soft tissue repair market report provides market size estimates (Revenue USD million - 2013 to 2020) for key market segments based on type of surgical procedure used (achilles tendinosis repair, anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, gluteal tendon or trochanteric
bursitis repair, lateral epicondylitis, rotator cuff repair, and vaginal prolapse), and forecasts growth trends (CAGR% - 2016 to 2020).