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Objective: To evaluate the correlation between radiographic parameters of the proximal femur with femoral neck fractures or transtrochanteric fractures. The analysis was performed by comparing the results of the X-rays with femoral neck fractures and with transtrochanteric fractures.
Results: No statistically significant differences between samples were observed. Conclusion: There was no correlation between radiographic parameters evaluated and specific occurrence of femoral neck fractures or transtrochanteric fractures.
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Figures Fig. Representation of angles measured in an anteroposterior pelvic radiograph. Representation of the statistical relationship of the paired t -test between CDA in transtrochanteric fractures and CDA in femoral neck fractures. Representation of the statistical relationship of paired t -test between FNW in transtrochanteric fractures and FNW in femoral neck fractures. Representation of the statistical relationship of the paired t -test between HAL in transtrochanteric fractures and HAL in femoral neck fractures.
Representation of the statistical relationship of the paired t -test between DL in transtrochanteric fractures and DL in femoral neck fractures. Representation of the negative correlation between CDA in transtrochanteric fractures and CDA in femoral neck fractures. Graphic representation of the negative correlation between FNW in transtrochanteric and FNW fractures in femoral neck fractures.
Graphic representation of the negative correlation between HAL in transtrochanteric fractures and HAL in femoral neck fractures.
Graphical representation of the negative correlation between ATD in transtrochanteric and ATD fractures in femoral neck fractures. All figures 9. See this image and copyright information in PMC. Similar articles Radiographic anatomy of the proximal femur: correlation with the occurrence of fractures. Pires RE, et al. Acta Ortop Bras. Comparison of femoral geometry among cases with and without hip fractures.
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Fraturas de Diáfise do Fêmur
A femoral fracture is a bone fracture that involves the femur. They are typically sustained in high-impact trauma, such as car crashes, due to the large amount of force needed to break the bone. Fractures of the diaphysis , or middle of the femur, are managed differently from those at the head, neck, and trochanter see hip fractures. Fractures are commonly obvious, since femoral fractures are often caused by high energy trauma. Femoral shaft fractures occur during extensive trauma, and they can act as distracting injuries, whereby the observer accidentally overlooks other injuries, preventing a thorough exam of the complete body. Anterior-posterior AP and lateral radiographs are typically obtained. The fracture may be classed as open , which occurs when the bone fragments protrude through the skin, or there is an overlying wound which penetrates to the bone.