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Figure 1: Plain radiograph showing (a) failed dynamic hip screw with trochanteric nonunion and resorption of proximal femur, (b) displaced intertrochanteric fracture done at the time of initial injury, (c) well-fixed intertrochanteric fracture using dynamic hip screw and a long screw to fix lesser trochanteric fragment at the time of index surgery, and (d) revision of trochanteric fracture fixation for nonunion

Figure 1: Plain radiograph showing (a) failed dynamic hip screw with trochanteric nonunion and resorption of proximal femur, (b) displaced intertrochanteric fracture done at the time of initial injury, (c) well-fixed intertrochanteric fracture using dynamic hip screw and a long screw to fix lesser trochanteric fragment at the time of index surgery, and (d) revision of trochanteric fracture fixation for nonunion