Feature Question

(OBQ08-268) A nondisplaced periprosthetic small posterior wall acetabular fracture is noted intra-operatively during total hip arthroplasty. The acetabular component is stable and well-fixed after implantation of an ingrowth acetabular shell during intraoperative examination. Which of the following treatment options will best maintain motion and clinical function? REVIEW TOPIC

1. ORIF of the posterior column and THA revision
2. Cage reconstruction of acetabular component
3. THA revision using a cemented acetabular component
4. Placement of a hip abductor brace and non-weight bearing in the affected limb
5. No change in treatment

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