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Table 1 Demographic and general characteristics of patients with long-term unreduced hip joint dislocation, secondary osteoarthritis and pseudoarthrosis

From: Diagnosis, preoperative evaluation, classification and total hip arthroplasty in patients with long-term unreduced hip joint dislocation, secondary osteoarthritis and pseudoarthrosis

Case Gender Age (years) Side Etiology Comorbidity injuries Time from initial injury to surgery (years) Harris score preoperatively
1 Female 56 Left Crushing Injury Superior pubic ramus fracture 23 55
2 Male 59 Left Traffic accident Patella fracture, tibiofibular fracture, iliac fracture 9 38
3 Male 62 Right Fall from a height Calcaneal fracture 6 46
4 Male 65 Right Crushing Injury 7 59
5 Female 46 Right Traffic accident Acetabular fracture 9 42
6 Male 38 Left Fall from a height 6 35
7 Female 71 Right Traffic accident Femoral shaft fracture 6 44
8 Female 59 Left Traffic accident 8 63
9 Female 52 Left Fall from a height Acetabular fracture 3 46
10 Male 42 Right Traffic accident Inferior pubic ramus fracture 13 61
11 Female 39 Left Traffic accident Acetabular fracture 9 36
12 Male 70 Left Traffic accident Acetabular fracture 12 59
13 Male 63 Right Traffic accident 19 55
14 Female 76 Right Traffic accident Acetabular fracture 5 42
15 Male 59 Left Fall from a height Ischial fracture 8 52
16 Male 62 Left Traffic accident 12 49