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Pelvic Ring

Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma: January 2018 - Volume 32 - Issue - p S71–S76
doi: 10.1097/BOT.0000000000001066
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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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61A

Type: Pelvis, pelvic ring, intact posterior arch 61A

Group: Pelvis, pelvic ring, intact posterior arch, innominate bone avulsion fracture 61A1

Group: Pelvis, pelvic ring, intact posterior arch, innominate bone fracture 61A2

Group1: Pelvis, pelvic ring, transverse fracture of sacrum (S3, S4, S5) and coccyx 61A3

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61B

Type: Pelvis, pelvic ring, incomplete disruption of posterior arch 61B

Group: Pelvis, pelvic ring, incomplete disruption of posterior arch, no rotational instability 61B1

Group: Pelvis, pelvic ring, incomplete disruption of posterior arch, rotationally unstable, unilateral posterior injury 61B2

Group: Pelvis, pelvic ring, incomplete disruption of posterior arch, rotationally unstable, bilateral posterior injury 61B3

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61C

Type: Pelvis, pelvic ring, complete disruption of posterior arch 61C

Group: Pelvis, pelvic ring, complete disruption of posterior arch, unilateral posterior injury (APC3, vertical shear) 61C1

Group: Pelvis, pelvic ring, complete disruption of posterior arch, bilateral posterior injury, one hemipelvis injury complete disruption, contralateral hemipelvis injury incomplete disruption (LC3) 61C2

Group: Pelvis, pelvic ring, complete disruption of posterior arch, bilateral posterior injury, both sides complete disruption (APC3, vertical shear) 61C3

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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