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Table 4 Literature review of postoperative fixation loss or fracture after periacetabular osteotomies

From: Early weight-bearing after periacetabular osteotomy leads to a high incidence of postoperative pelvic fractures

Author Number of hips Male: female (no. of hips or patients) Partial weight-bearing Full weight-bearing Fixation loss, fractures of the pubis, ischium or posterior column (no. of hips)
Trousdale et al. [19] (1995) 42 8:34 3 days 2 months 0
Siebenrock et al. [15] (1999) 75 17:58 3 days 2 months 2
Matta et. [20] (1999) 66 42:16 1 day   1
Crockarell et al. [21] (1999) 21 14:5 3 days 8-10 weeks 3
Ko et al. [22] (2002) 38 1:37 1 week 3-4 months 0
Espinosa et al. [18] (2002) 526   6-8 weeks   17
Nozawa et al. [23] (2002) 50 46:3 2 months 4-6 months 1
Hsieh et al. [24] (2003) 46 30:8 4-5 days 3 months 0
Yasunaga et al. [13] (2003) 89 8.3 6 weeks 5-6 months 0
Matheney et al. [16] (2009) 135 119:16 1 day 6-10 weeks 0
Yamaguchi et al. [25] (2010) 164   1 day 4 months 0
Teratani et al. [14] (2010) 96 2:94 3 days 2 months 0
Current study (patients with accelerated protocol) 76 7:69 1 day 1 day 9