Management of Pipkin type I fractures associated with posterior dislocation of the hip
Conservative versus surgical management of Pipkin type I fractures associated with posterior dislocation of the hip: A randomised controlled trialInt Orthop. 2011 Jul;35(7):1077-81
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16 patients with Pipkin Type 1 fractures were randomized to receive treatment by either closed reduction (conservative group) or closed reduction followed by fragment excision (surgical group). The results of the study indicated that the surgical group had significantly better Merle d\'Aubigne and Postel scores in comparison to the conservative group.
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