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Unfallchirurgie

, Volume 24, Issue 2, pp 81–83 | Cite as

Beidseitige pertrochantäre Spontanfraktur bei chronischem Alkoholismus und Leberzirrhose

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  • Alexander Schuh
  • Manfred Hausel
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Zusammenfassung

Frakturen des Schenkelhalses und der pertrochantären Region werden insbesondere bei älteren Patienten häufig mit der dynamischen Hüftschraube (DHS) versorgt. Wir berichten über die Behandlung und den Verlauf bei einem 45jährigen Patienten mit beidseitiger pertrochantärer Spontanfraktur aufgrund einer hepatischen Osteopathie.

Schlüsselwörter

Pertrochantäre Fraktur Beidseitig Alkoholismus Dynamische Hüftschraube 

Bilateral spontaneous pertrochanteric fracture in chronic alcoholism and liver cirrhosis. A case report

Abstract

Fractures of the neck or the pertrochanteric region are often treated with dynamic hip screw especially in elderly patients. We give a case report covering treatment and follow-up for a bilateral spontaneous pertrochanteric fracture in a 45-year-old man as a result of hepatogenetic osteopathy.

Key words

Pertrochanteric fracture Bilateral Alcoholism Dynamic hip screw 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Alexander Schuh
    • 1
  • Manfred Hausel
    • 1
  1. 1.Abteilung für Unfall- und WiederherstellungschirurgieWeiden

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