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Fig. 3. The entire procedure was performed using an intraoperative C-arm imaging system. (A) The anterior pelvic ring was stabilized using a reduction clamp to resolve the diastasis of the symphysis pubis. (B, C) A 7.0-mm-diameter, 16-mm partially threaded cannulated screw was placed over the guide wire for compression of the bilateral and lateral ramus fracture sites. (D) After fixation of the bilateral screws, through an incision with the Pfannenstiel approach, an anterior plate was fixed using a six-hole single unlocked 3.5-mm plate. (E) The inlet view shows two sacroiliac guide wires placed in a proper position at the bodies of S1 and S2. (F) The outlet view shows the sacroiliac guide wire placed in a slightly oblique direction because of sacral dysmorphism.
Journal of Trauma and Injury 2019;32:60-5
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