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Table 4 Characteristics and variables of patients with heterotopic ossification

From: Incidence and clinical relevance of heterotopic ossification after internal fixation of acetabular fractures: retrospective cohort and case control study

Age Sex Mechanism Interval to treatment (days) Surgical approach TBI Spinal trauma AO-OTA classification HOOS Brooker class
42 f MVA 10 Posterior No Spinal injury A3 84.6 4
27 m MVA 6 Posterior No Spinal injury A2 95 1
16 f MBA 9 Anterior No Nil B2 87.5 1
45 m MVA 4 Posterior No Nil A2 x 2
62 m MVA 4 Posterior Yes Spinal injury A2 x 1
22 f MVA 6 Posterior No Nil A1 x 1
27 m MBA 5 Posterior No Nil A1 85.9 2
74 f MVA 19 Posterior No Nil A2 96.9a 1
47 f MVA 7 Combined No Nil B2 73.8 3
42 F MVA 10 Combined No Nil B2 85.9 3
35 m MBA 10 Combined Yes Spinal injury B2 x 2
67 m MVA 12 Posterior No Nil A2 80.6 4
52 m MVA 13 Posterior No Nil B2 88.6 3
35 m MVA 16 Posterior No Nil B1 x 2
21 m MVA 5 Posterior Yes Nil A2 61.3 4
24 m MBA 11 Posterior Yes Spinal injury A1 100 4
  1. MBA motor bike accident, MVA motor vehicle accident, TBI traumatic brain injury.
  2. aPatient had a total hip replacement 1 year after the accident; x = Hip and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score (HOOS) could not be obtained.