Research Article| Volume 17, ISSUE 4, P271-273, July 1986

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Fractures below a femoral prosthesis—A report on two cases treated by conservative surgery

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      Two cases are reported in which fractures of the femoral shaft occurred below hip prostheses. In both cases a complete revision was considered impossible but by means of a very simple operation both patients were promptly returned to mobility.
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