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Research Pertaining to Pelvic Stabilization

Oct 10, 2023
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Tony Brown, MD (shown) recently collaborated with Daniel M. Lerman, MD (shown) and Linus Lee, MD, on research pertaining to pelvic stabilization. Read the abstract below to learn more about their work in this field.


Percutaneous pelvic stabilization is an emerging technique that provides mechanical stability to pathologic fractures of the pelvic ring and acetabulum. Variability exists in procedural technique among institutions; however, early case series consistently demonstrate an acceptable complication profile and significant improvement in patients' pain and function. This minimally invasive approach is less morbid than traditional, open acetabular and pelvic reconstructions. Therefore, this procedure is an encouraging palliative intervention for a growing patient population in need.