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Table 1 Summary of all studies in the English literature reporting bilateral pathological neck femur fractures in chronic renal disease

From: Simultaneous bilateral femoral neck fractures in a dialysis-dependent patient: case report and literature review

NoReferenceYearNo. of casesSEXAgePrimary renalTreatmentDialysis (Y/N)
1Zingraf et al. [5]19741 45UnknownArthroplastyY
2Gerster et al. [6]19831 out of 2 cases reported had CRFCase 1: F
Case 2: F
Case 1: 69
Case 2: 78
Case 1: CP
Case 2: Unknown
Case 1: bilateral THR
Case 2: Conservative for right hip and Osteosynthesis for left intertrochanteric hip
Case 1: N
Case 2: N
3Ogun et al. [7]20012Case 1: M
Case 2: M
Case 1:45
Case 2:35
Case 1: amyloidosis
Case 2: nephrolithiasis
Osteosynthesis with multiple cannulated screws in both casesCase 1: N
Case 2: N
4Hung et al. [8]20011F39UnknownBilateral hemiarthroplastyN
5Karapinar et al. [1]20031M23Obstructive uropathyBilateral cemented THAY
6Devkota et al. [9]20131F47DN and HNNon-operative managementY
7Garcia et al. [10]20141F43Reflux nephropathyOsteosynthesisY
8Satyanarayana et al. [11]20151M23Reflux nephropathyBilateral, uncemented, modular bipolar hemiarthroplastyY
9Mazzola et al. [12]20151F76Unknownright cemented hemiarthroplasty and left fixation with dynamic hip screwY
10Freitas et al. [13]20161F49UnknownBilateral total hip arthroplastyY
11John et al. [14]20183case1:M
case2: F
case3.M
case1:44
case2:15
case3.64
PKD
CDK
CP
Osteosynthesis
Osteosynthesis
Conservative (infected)
case1:Y
case2:Y
case3.Y
12current study20201F47PKDbilateral hip hemiarthoplasty with cement prosthesis concurrentlyY
  1. Abbreviations: F female, M male, chronic pyelonephritis CP congenital dysplastic kidneys CDK, DN diabetic nephropathy, HN hypertensive nephropathy, PKD polycystic kidney disease