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Twenty four cases of subtrochanteric fractures were treated by condylocephic fixation. There were 15 unstable and 9 stable fractures. Two prebent T tip nails were used. Fracture site was exposed to facilitate procedure and dispense with radiological control. Weight bearing was started at 2 and 8 weeks after operation for stable and unstable injuries respectively. Union occurred on an average in 14 weeks. Complications attributable to surgery were insignificant.