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Table 1 Fracture types and information of surgery

From: Radiographic analysis of the restoration of hip joint center following open reduction and internal fixation of acetabular fractures: a retrospective cohort study

Fracture type Number Length of surgery (min) Surgical approach
    Ilioinguinal K-L Combined Extensile
Elementary (n = 56)       
  Anterior wall 2 245.0 ± 21.2 2    
  Anterior column 5 252.0 ± 35.5 5    
  Posterior wall 31 106.3 ± 21.2   31   
  Posterior column 4 147.5 ± 31.2   4   
  Transverse 14 208.9 ± 78.7 3 9 2  
Associated (n = 71)       
  Posterior column and posterior wall 3 130.0 ± 8.7   3   
  Transverse and posterior wall 15 190.3 ± 87.6   11 4  
  T-shape 17 265.6 ± 93.9 2 6 7 2
  Anterior column and posterior hemitransverse 12 278.3 ± 62.1 9   3  
  Both column 24 338.5 ± 48.4 5   16 3
Summary 127 218.8 ± 102.7a,b 26 64 32 5
  1. asignificant difference among different fracture types (P < 0.05).
  2. bsignificant difference among different surgical approaches (P < 0.05).
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