Vol - 25, Issue - 6
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International Medical Journal
Journal ID : IMJ-16-05-2020-466
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Abstract : Femoral neck fracture is an injury that rarely occurs in children, usually occurs due to high energy trauma or violence in children. This pediatric femoral neck fracture has a high rate of complications despite proper diagnosis and management of therapy. This is partly due to differences in the anatomical structure and blood supply of mature adults. Delbet's classification classifies these fractures into 4 types, and links each type of fracture to the potential for complications of Avascular Necrosis. Other complications include physeal arrest, coxa vara, and nonunion. The wide selection of therapeutic methods, the lack of standard treatment protocols, and the high risk of complications resulting in this fracture is one of the extraordinary challenges an orthopedic surgeon must face in the past, the use of casting has always been the first choice in the treatment of these fractures, but with the high rate of complications occurring the treatment method began to change with immediate surgery. Various fracture fixation methods have been used in the goal of being able to realize anatomic reduction with stable fixation, so that we can get maximum results and minimize complications

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