Unusual bilateral rim fracture in Femoroacetabular Impingeme
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This is a report of one case of bilateral acetabular rim fracture in association with Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), which was treated with a hip arthroscopic procedure, performing a partial resection, a labral reinsertion, and a subsequential internal fixation with cannulated screws. Up to date, there are in the literature only two reports of rim fracture and “os acetabuli” in association with FAI. In the case we present, the pincer and cam resection was performed without complications; the technique used was published previously. With this technique, the head of the screw lays hidden by the reattached labrum. We removed partially the fractured rim fragment and the internal fixation of the remaining portion was achieved with a screw.

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