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Fig. 1 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

Fig. 1

From: A ceramic bone substitute containing gentamicin gives good outcome in trochanteric hip fractures treated with dynamic hip screw and in revision of total hip arthroplasty: a case series

Fig. 1

DHS patient‘s proximal part of the femur healing. Preoperative image shows the trochanteric fracture (a). In the postoperative image (b) CERAMENT™|G is seen (circled in red). In the X-ray image after 3 months (c), the bone graft substitute is difficult to differentiate from bone. Image after 1 year (d) shows complete healing. This patient needed DHS removal because of local discomfort

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