Functional outcome of open reduction and internal fixation of pelvic ring injuries.

S. S. Tee, Y. Hyzan, M. Razak

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    Between January 1996 and August 1998, 15 patients with pelvic ring injuries were treated by open reduction and internal fixation. Fractures types included Tile A1 (7%), B1 (33%), C1 (53%) and C3 (7%). The patients were observed for an average of 1 year (range: 5 to 21 months). Thirteen patients (87%) who were operated within 3 weeks after injury had their pelvic disruption healed. One patient with Tile C1 and non-union of the fracture dislocation of sacroiliac joint was operated 11 months after injury and developed implant failure and non-union of the fracture dislocation of sacroiliac joint. Another patient with Tile C1 injury with transforamina sacral fracture was fixed anteriorly only and developed non-union of the sacral fracture and redisplacement of pelvic disruption. Both of them had a poor functional outcome. A 40 points pelvic outcome grading scale (Cole et al 1996) based on physical examination, pain, radiographic analysis and activity/work status was used. Six patients (40%) (1 Tile A1, 5 Tile B1) had an excellent functional outcome. Seven patients (47%) (6 Tile C1, 1 Tile C3) had a good functional outcome.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)49-58
    Number of pages10
    JournalMedical Journal of Malaysia
    Volume55 Suppl C
    Publication statusPublished - Sep 2000

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    Wounds and Injuries
    Sacroiliac Joint
    Physical Examination
    Pain
    Fracture Dislocation

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