An Operative Manual of Proximal Femoral Fractures
Dhananjay Gupta Sumit Banerjee
Jaypee Bros Medical Pub Pvt Ltd
The proximal femur is the top part of the thigh, closest to the hip joint. Injury can cause discomfort and mobility problems, making accurate treatment vital.
This book is a guide to the diagnosis and management of proximal femoral fractures for orthopaedic trainees. Divided into five sections, each part discusses fractures in a different part of the femur, providing an overview of the fracture, followed by surgical treatment options.
Difficult and rare fractures are covered, and the final section examines fractures in children, periprosthetic fractures, and pathological fractures. More than 200 images enhance learning.
- Guide to the diagnosis and surgical management of proximal femoral fractures
- Different types of fracture discussed in detail, including difficult and rare fractures
- Final section dedicated to ‘special scenarios’ including proximal femoral fractures in children
- Includes more than 200 images
Dhananjay Gupta DNB D Orth Fellow AO
Senior Consultant, Trauma and Arthroplasty, Fortis Hospital, Delhi, India
Assistant Professor (Ortho), All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India