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Geriatric Acetabulum Fractures

  • Daniel T. Altman
  • Edward R. Westrick
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Abstract

Acetabular fractures in the elderly are estimated to account for 10–20% of all osteoporotic pelvis fractures and represent the fastest growing segment of pelvic trauma [1].

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Orthopaedic SurgeryDrexel University College of Medicine, Allegheny General Hospital, Allegheny Health NetworkPittsburghUSA

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