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It is a synovial ball and socket joint that occurs between head of femur and acetabulum of hip bone. Its primary function is to make the legs mobile without weakening the ability to support the weight of human body in both static and dynamic postures. Hip joints are most important factors in maintaining balance of body.What are the most common types of acetabulum fractures?
Characteristics of elemental fracture types Posterior wall. Elementary posterior wall fractures are the most common acetabular fractures and account for approximately 24% of acetabular fractures. Posterior column. Isolated posterior column fractures are rare (2.4-3.2% of acetabular fractures [Matta, Letournel]) and are usually associated with a posterior dislocation of the hip. Anterior wall. ... More items...What is acetabular spurring?
Acetabular spurring, or impingement, occurs when a bone spur catches during movement. In other words, it is when a bone comes out of the socket.What are acetabulum fractures?
On either side of the pelvis, is a hip socket called the acetabulum. This socket is round in shape and covered inside with smooth cartilage. This cartilage forms the smooth surface of the hip joint. An acetabular fracture occurs when the socket of the hip joint is broken.