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Table 2 Complications

From: Subtrochanteric shortening osteotomy during cementless total hip arthroplasty in young patients with severe developmental dysplasia of the hip

Case Complication Treatment Results
5 Dislocation at 7 days Closed reduction No recurred dislocation
13 Dislocation at 2 years Open reduction No recurred dislocation
16 Dislocation at 2 weeks Closed reduction No recurred dislocation
9 Intraoperative femoral proximal fracture Cerclage wires for fixation No further complications
12 Intraoperative femoral proximal fracture Cerclage wires for fixation No further complications
19 Intraoperative femoral distal fracture Cerclage wires for fixation No further complications
24 Intraoperative femoral distal fracture Cerclage wires for fixation No further complications
14 Transient nerve injury Medication and physical therapy Full recovery
15 Transient nerve injury Medication and physical therapy Full recovery
21 Transient nerve injury Medication and physical therapy Full recovery
20 Nonunion of the osteotomy site, aseptic loosening of femoral component Fully coated femoral component used in revision, bone graft at 3.4 years Bone ingrowth and stable
35 Nonunion of the osteotomy site Bone grafting and medication Satisfactory clinical results
36 Peri-prosthetic fracture around the femoral stem A longer stem and cerclage wires used in revision at 4.2 years Bone ingrowth and stable
40 Peri-prosthetic fracture of distal femur Cerclage wires and bone graft used in surgery at 5 years Full healed
31 Acetabular fracture and thereby loosening of the acetabular cup Cup revision and bone grafting at 5 years No further complication
17 Acetabular and greater trochanter fracture, and screw breakage, and thereby loosening of the acetabular cup Cup revision and bone grafting at 7 years No further complication