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Table 4 Management of pelvic fracture

From: Clinical characteristics, injury pattern and management of pediatric pelvic fracture: An observational retrospective study from a level I trauma center

Torode classification and acetabulum Fracture Open/Closed triradiate Type of surgery
III Closed Left Sacroiliac screws
IV Open k-wire fixation of Sacroiliac joint
Acetabular fracture Closed Total Hip Replacement/acetabulum
IV Open k-wire fixation of Sacroiliac joint/ORIF
IV Closed Plating of iliac bone
IV Closed Sacroiliac screw
Acetabular fracture Closed Screw fixation
Acetabular fracture Closed Acetabulum
IV Closed Left Sacroiliac screw
IV Closed Left Sacroiliac screw
IV n/a Pelvis and acetabulum ORIF (done abroad)
III Closed Pelvis not fixed (only Right femur/hip DHS)
IV Open Skeletal traction
IV Closed ORIF, Sacroiliac screw, Symphysis pubis plating
III Open Pelvis not fixed (only femur hip spica application)
Acetabular fracture Closed Examination under anesthesia for right hip stability
Acetabular fracture Closed ORIF
IV Open skeletal traction
III Open Treated non operatively
IV Closed ORIF
Acetabular fracture Closed Examination under anesthesia for left hip stability
IV Closed Skeletal traction
II Open Treated non operatively (only ORIF for left femur subtrochanteric fracture)
  1. DHS dynamic hip screw, ORIF open reduction internal fixation, n/a not available