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Femoral neck fracture

Femoral neck fractures often occur in the elderly. With the prolongation of life span, the incidence rate is increasing. The most frequent is 50 to 70 years old. Due to osteoporosis in the elderly, the femoral neck is fragile, and a slight fall can lead to fracture. The blood supply of this part is poor. If the fracture treatment is not timely and appropriate, it will lead to nonunion of fracture or avascular necrosis of femoral head and traumatic arthritis, which will seriously affect the life of the elderly.

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