Classification of Hip Joint and Lower Extremity Dislocations
A classification of hip joint dislocations was first proposed by Ashley Copper in 1791, which divided them into four types; types I–III were associated with different degrees of acetabular fractures, and type IV was associated with femoral head and neck fractures.
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