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Average 4. Thank you for rating! Please vote below and help us build the most advanced adaptive learning platform in medicine. Just skip this one for now. He reports lumbar back pain and numbness in his perineum region. How is this fracture pattern best classified?
Review Topic Tested Concept. Which of the following fracture patterns seen in Figures A through E would give this patient the highest risk of associated nerve injury? Physical examination reveals diminished perianal sensation.
She is otherwise neurologically intact. Figures A through D are radiographs and representative CT cuts of her injury. Which of the following nerve roots has likely been injured by the acute trauma?
Anterior pelvic ring plating with bilateral sacroilliac percutaenous screw fixation. Sacral Fractures.
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Take This Question Anyway. L 2 Question Complexity. Question Importance. Sort by. All Videos 2 Podcasts 1. Upgrade to View Premium Videos. Nabil Ebraheim. Orthobullets Team. Listen Now min. Transverse Sacral Fx in 19M C Zahir Aldalati. Please login to add comment. Cancel Save. Venous thromboembolism often as a result of immobility Iatrogenic nerve injury may result from overcompression of fracture improper hardware placement Malreduction more common with vertically displaced fractures.
Pelvic Ring Fractures
It comprises of two ipsilateral pelvic ring fractures , which are vertically oriented:. Most commonly there is disruption of the ipsilateral superior and inferior pubic rami and sacroiliac joint. Common variants involve the ilium or sacral wing rather than the sacroiliac joint. This results in an unstable lateral fragment, which contains the acetabulum.