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Figure 1 :(a) Pre-operative X-ray of right hip joint of a 74-year-old female with unstable intertrochanteric fracture six weeks. Post-operative antero-posterior (b) and lateral (c) radiographs of right hip showing satisfactorily maintained fracture reduction and implant in situ. Ten months follow-up antero-posterior (d) and lateral (e) radiographs of right hip showing fracture union with good alignment and clinical photographs (f, g) showing knee and hip range of motion.

Figure 1 :(a) Pre-operative X-ray of right hip joint of a 74-year-old female with unstable intertrochanteric fracture six weeks. Post-operative antero-posterior (b) and lateral (c) radiographs of right hip showing satisfactorily maintained fracture reduction and implant in situ. Ten months follow-up antero-posterior (d) and lateral (e) radiographs of right hip showing fracture union with good alignment and clinical photographs (f, g)
showing knee and hip range of motion.