What can we, as surgeons, do to achieve the healing of the unsolved fracture?

What can we, as surgeons, do to achieve the healing of the unsolved fracture?

The femoral neck fractures only heals by primary osteonal reconstruction. When the femoral neck fracture is anatomically reduced and adequately impacted while the cancellous and cortical bone surfaces interlock and have sufficient stability, primary bone healing can proceed at sites where the fracture surfaces make direct contact. Therefore in the osteosynthesis of femoral neck fractures it is imperative to perform an anatomical reduction of the fracture combined with a stable fixation of the femoral head in combination with controlled dynamic impaction of the fracture surfaces.

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