Early treatment of the older adults with acetabular fractures can be accomplished during their index hospital admission with combined open reduction internal fixation and total hip arthroplasty. Ideally, these would both be accomplished through the same incision. The fracture location and displacement and surgeon experience preference dictate the choice of surgical approach.
In this chapter we will describe concomitant ORIF + THA through an anteriorly-based approach or through a Kocher-Langenbeck approach.
Acetabular fracture ORIF plus concomitant THA Anterior approach total hip arthroplasty Posterior approach total hip arthroplasty Levine acetabular approach Anterior intrapelvic approach
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