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Low-Energy Bilateral Posterior Hip Dislocation

A Case Report

Linkous, Nickolas, MD1,a; Nowinski, Gregory, MD1,b

doi: 10.2106/JBJS.CC.17.00241
Case Reports
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Case: An 88-year-old man sustained low-energy, bilateral posterior hip dislocation due to a fall, with subsequent right peroneal nerve palsy. Closed reduction was performed in the emergency room, and the hips were found stable to manipulation under anesthesia.

Conclusion: To our knowledge, low-energy, bilateral posterior hip dislocation previously has not been described in the literature. Prompt reduction is crucial; however, there is still associated morbidity and mortality, especially in an elderly patient.

1Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Michigan

aE-mail address for N. Linkous: Nickolas.linkous2@beaumont.org

bE-mail address for G. Nowinski: Gregory.nowinski@beaumont.org

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