Total Hip Replacement

case-study4FEB, 2015 :
Total Hip Replacement SM 53 years old gentleman presented to our hospital with pain in right hip following RTA. He had right Total Hip Replacement 10 years back and was walking comfortably before trauma. X-rays revealed fracture of the pelvic bone (Acetabulum) with posterior dislocation of the acetabular component. Fixation of acetabulum fracture with screws followed by revision of the acetabular component with uncemented cup was done . As the femoral component was well fixed it was not revised. Post operatively patient is comfortable.