Mechanisms of Injury
Signs and Symptoms
Imaging and Other Diagnostic Studies
Pathoanatomy and Applied Anatomy
Pelvic and Acetabular Development
Child Versus Adult Pelvis
Treatment Options for Stable Pelvic Fractures
Avulsion Fractures (Torode and Zieg Type I)
Ischial Avulsion Fracture
Isolated Iliac Wing Fractures (Torode and Zeig Type II)
Other Stable Fractures
Treatment Options for Unstable Pelvic and Acetabular Fractures
Simple Ring Fractures (Torode and Zieg Type III A and B)
Ring Disruption: Unstable Fracture Patterns (Torode and Zieg Type IV)
Severe Crush Injuries and Open Fractures
Treatment Options for Acetabular Fractures
Author's Preferred Treatment of Pelvic and Acetabular Fractures
Complications and Adverse Outcomes
Summary, Controversies, and Future Directions
Techniques of operative reduction and fixation of pediatric and adolescent pelvic fractures.
Oper Tech Orthop.
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LFCN, lateral femoral cutaneous nerve.