Stabilization of a Type B1.1 Injury in a Morbidly Obese Patient Using an Internal Fixator in a Minimally Invasive Technique: A Case Report.

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Summary of "Stabilization of a Type B1.1 Injury in a Morbidly Obese Patient Using an Internal Fixator in a Minimally Invasive Technique: A Case Report."

In this case report, we present a novel stabilization technique of the pubic symphysis using an internal spinal fixator in a 78-year-old morbidly obese woman having a pelvic disruption type B1.1 (AO classification). We treated the disruption using an internal fixator to reduce the extent of the incision and soft-tissue damage.


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