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Acetabulum

Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma: January 2018 - Volume 32 - Issue - p S77–S82
doi: 10.1097/BOT.0000000000001067
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Qualifications are optional and applied to the fracture code where the asterisk is located as a lower-case letter within rounded brackets. More than one qualification can be applied for a given fracture classification, separated by a comma. For a more detailed explanation, see the compendium introduction.

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62A

Type: Pelvis, acetabulum, partial articular, isolated column and/or wall fracture 62A

Group: Pelvis, acetabulum, partial articular, isolated column and/or wall, posterior wall fracture 62A1

Group: Pelvis, acetabulum, partial articular, isolated column and/or wall, posterior column fracture 62A2

Group: Pelvis, acetabulum, partial articular, isolated column or wall, anterior column or wall fracture 62A3

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62B

Type: Pelvis, acetabulum, partial articular, transverse type fracture 62B

Group: Pelvis, acetabulum, partial articular, transverse type, transverse fracture 62B1

Group: Pelvis, acetabulum, partial articular, transverse type, T fracture 62B2

Group: Pelvis, acetabulum, partial articular, transverse type, with anterior column, posterior hemitransverse fracture 62B3

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62C

Type: Pelvis, acetabulum, complete articular, associated both column fracture

Qualifications are optional and applied to the fracture code where the asterisk is located as a lower-case letter within rounded brackets. More than one qualification can be applied for a given fracture classification, separated by a comma. For a more detailed explanation, see the compendium introduction.

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