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Figure 1. A 57-year-old male patient who had a displaced fracture of the right femoral neck after a road traffic accident. Treatment of high (a, b) Radiograph and computed tomography scan of the right femoral neck after admission to the hospital (36 h after initial injury) showing a displaced fracture. (c) Immediate postoperative radiographs showing anatomical reduction of the fracture with fixation using three cancellous screws. (d, e) Anteroposterior and lateral radiographs of the right femoral neck 40 months after surgery showing healing of the fracture with no radiographic evidence of avascular necrosis.

Figure 1. A 57-year-old male patient who had a displaced fracture of the right femoral neck after a road traffic accident. Treatment of high (a, b) Radiograph and computed tomography scan of the right femoral neck after admission to the hospital (36 h after initial injury) showing a displaced fracture. (c) Immediate postoperative radiographs showing anatomical reduction of the fracture with fixation using three cancellous screws. (d, e) Anteroposterior and lateral radiographs of the right femoral neck 40 months after surgery showing healing of the fracture with no radiographic evidence of avascular necrosis.