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Anatomical reduction and rigid internal fixation is the prerequisite for successful outcome of treatment in a fresh fracture of neck femur. This study was carried out in 30 such patients who were treated with closed reduction and percutaneous cancellous cannulated screw fixation meeting above mentioned goals. Patientâ€™s age varied from 15 years to 75 years (Avg.43 years) who were operated at an interval of 3 to 40 days after injury (Avg. 13.5 days). In all 72% patients showed excellent to good results according to Askin and Bryan functional scoring.