Skip to main content

Table 3 Prognosis and complications of the patients at the final follow-up

From: As an unusual traumatic presentation, acetabular fracture and concomitant ipsilateral intertrochanteric femur fracture: a retrospective case series of 18 patients

Case Reduction qualityb Bone healing time (weeks) Harris score VAS score Heterotopic ossification (Brooker grade) Posttraumatic arthritis (Kellgren-Lawrence grade) Avascular necrosis of femoral head Converted to THA Time to THA
1 Excellent-good 12 92 0 - 0 No No -
2 Fair 12 85 1 - 1 No No -
3 Excellent-good 12 89 1 - 1 No No -
4 Excellent-good 24 91 0 - 0 No No -
5 Excellent-good 24 88 0 - 0 No No -
6 Excellent-good 12 96 0 3 0 No No -
7 Poor 24 79 4 - 3 No No -
8 Excellent-good 12 93 1 - 0 No No -
9 - - - - - - - - -
10 Excellent-good 12 93 0 1 1 No No -
11a Fair 12 55 5 - 1 Yes Yes 2.2
12a Excellent-good 12 67 6 1 2 Yes Yes 1.8
13 Excellent-good 24 91 0 - 0 No No -
14 Excellent-good 12 84 1 - 2 No No -
15 Fair 12 96 0 1 0 No No -
16a Excellent-good 12 66 5 3 1 Yes Yes 2.5
17 Excellent-good 12 77 3 2 1 Yes No -
18 Excellent-good 12 88 2 - 1 No No -
  1. Note: The patient in case 9 died because of pulmonary infection after the operation
  2. VAS visual analogue scale, THA total hip arthroplasty
  3. aLast follow-up before total hip arthroplasty
  4. bMatta’s standard for acetabular fractures