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Postoperative hip fracture

Postoperative hip fracture: Introduction

A break in the hip that occurs after surgery. The hip fracture usually results from a fall. After surgery, patients should be aware that they may have trouble walking safely. In 200 in the US about 0.82 postoperative hip fractures occurred per 1,000 adult surgical patients who were not prone to falling over. ...more »

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