Trauma and Fracture Surgery

Virinchi Hospitals – Best Hospital for Trauma and Fracture Surgery in Hyderabad

A fracture is a break in the continuity of bone. Virinchi offers best in class fracture care and treatment for all types of fractures like;

  • Pathological fractures due to diseases including Osteoporosis causing hip fractures, multiple myeloma and other bone tumours causing fractures.
  • Virinchi Hospitals routinely deals with high energy trauma sustained during road traffic accidents including open (complex) fractures.
  • Low energy fractures like during Football, Cricket or falls and fractures in children are routinely dealt with.

Our orthopaedic surgeons have great expertise in surgical methodologies to achieve exceptionally outstanding outcomes in bone trauma / traumatic bone injury treatment.

Additionally, our trauma and fracture surgeons routinely deal with situations such as delayed union and macular fractures and employ special techniques where needed, efficiently treat poorly healed traumatic fractures known as post-traumatic orthopaedic conditions such as mal-unions, non-unions, damages to cartilage, muscles, tendons, synovium, ligaments and even nerves.

Our Orthopaedic surgeons also deal with soft tissue injuries like ligament tears and sprain and if necessary surgical reconstructions using latest techniques are carried out.

Thorough comprehensive clinical evaluation is always carried out helping the treating physician reside on additional investigations such as X-Ray including stress views, dynamic Ultrasound and advanced CT and MRI as necessary. Occasionally arthrograms are required

Combination of non-surgical treatments –

Indications for surgical treatments –

Causes & risk factors of fractures

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    Fractures of Upper Extremities

    Shoulder Fractures: 

    • Clavicular fracture
    • Scapular fracture
      • Acromion fracture
      • Coracoid process fracture
      • Glenoid fracture
        • Bankart lesion
        • Reverse Bankart lesion
      • Humeral head fracture
        • Hill-Sachs lesion
        • Reverse Hill-Sachs lesion
      • Proximal humeral fracture
      • Humeral neck fracture

    Fractures of the Elbow

    • Epicondyle fracture
      • Medial epicondyle fracture
      • Lateral epicondyle fracture
    • Humeral condyle fracture
      • Lateral humeral condyle fracture
      • Medial humeral condyle fracture
    • Supracondylar fracture – Flexion
    • Supracondylar fracture- Extension
    • Olecranon fracture
    • Radial head fracture
    • Radialneck fracture

    Fractures of the forearm

    • Forearm fracture
      • Nightstick fracture
    • Forearm fracture-dislocation
      • Essex-Lopresti fracture-dislocation
      • Galeazzi fracture-dislocation
      • Monteggia fracture-dislocation

    Fractures of the wrist

    • Distal ulnar fracture
      • Ulnar styloid fracture
    • Distal radial fracture
      • Smith fracture
      • Colles fracture
      • Reverse Barton fracture
      • Chauffeur fracture
      • Barton fracture

    Fractures of the carpal bones

    • Scaphoid fracture
      • Humpback deformity
      • Scaphoid non-union
        • Scaphoid non-union advanced collapse
      • Lunate fracture
        • Perilunate fracture-dislocation
        • Lunate dislocation
      • Hamate fracture
        • Hook of hamate fracture
      • Trapezoid fracture
      • Trapezium fracture
      • Triquetral fracture
      • Pisiform fracture
      • Capitate fracture

    Hand Fractures

    • Metacarpal fractures
      • Reverse bennett fracture-dislocation
      • Boxer fracture
    • Phalanx fractures
      • Proximal phalanx fracture
      • Middle phalanx fracture
        • Volar plate avulsion injury
      • Distal phalanx fracture
        • Jersey finger
        • Seymour fracture
        • Mallet finger
      • Fractures of the thumb
        • Gamekeeper thumb
        • Bennett fracture-dislocation
        • Epibasal fracture of the thumb
        • Rolando fracture

    Fractures of Lower Extremities

    Fractures of the Pelvis

    • Simple Acetabulum Fractures
      • Anterior column
      • Posterior column
      • Transverse
      • Posterior wall
      • Anterior wall
    • Complex Acetabulum Fractures
      • Transverse + posterior wall fractures
      • Posterior column + posterior wall fractures
      • T-shaped fracture
      • Bilateral-column fracture
      • Anterior wall/column + posterior hemi-transverse fracture
    • Pelvic Ring Fractures
      • Stable fractures
        • Iliac wing fracture
        • Minimally displaced fracture of the ring
        • Transverse sacral fracture
      • Rotationally unstable, vertically stable
        • Open book injury
        • Lateral compression injury
      • Rotationally and vertically unstable
        • Iliac fractures
        • Sacroiliac fractures
        • Sacral fractures

    Fractures of the hip & femur

    • Fractures of femoral head
      • Fracture distal to the fovea capitis
      • Fracture proximal to the fovea capitis
      • Fracture of the femoral neck
      • Fracture with a fracture of the acetabular wall
    • Fractures of the femoral neck
      • Subcapital fracture
      • Transcervical fracture
      • Basicervical fracture
    • Ttrochanteric fracture
      • Pertrochanteric fracture
      • Subtrochanteric fracture
      • Intertrochanteric fracture
    • Unilateral or bilateral fractures of the femur shaft
      • Transverse fractures
      • Linear fractures
      • Non-displaced fractures
      • Displaced, compound fractures
      • Spiral fractures
      • Greenstick fractures
      • Comminuted fractures
      • Mid-shaft fractures
      • Atypical femoral fracture

    Fractures of the knee

    • Patellar fracture
    • Tibial plateau fracture
    • Avulsion fractures
      • Segond fracture
      • Reverse segond fracture
      • Anterior cruciate ligament avulsion fracture
      • Posterior cruciate ligament avulsion fracture
      • Arcuate complex avulsion fracture (arcuate sign)
      • Biceps femoris avulsion fracture
      • Iliotibial band avulsion fracture
      • Semimembranosus tendon avulsion fracture
      • Stieda fracture (mcl avulsion fracture)

    Fractures of the tibia, fibula & ankle

    • Tibial tuberosity avulsion fracture
    • Tibial shaft fracture
    • Fibular shaft fracture
    • Maisonneuve fracture
    • Trimalleolar fracture
    • Wagstaffe-le fort fracture
    • Bimalleolar fracture
    • Tillaux fracture
    • Pilon fracture
    • Bosworth fracture
    • Triplane fracture

    Fractures of the foot

    • Fractures of the Tarsal bones
      • Chopart fracture
      • ​​​Calcaneal fracture
        • Lover’s fracture
        • Calcaneal tuberosity avulsion fracture
      • Talus fracture
        • Talar body fractures
          • Talar dome osteochondral fracture
          • Lateral talar process fracture
          • Posterior talar process fracture
        • Talar neck fracture
          • Aviator fracture
        • Talar head fracture
      • Medial cuneiform fracture
      • Navicular fracture
      • Cuboid fracture
      • Intermediate cuneiform fracture
      • Lateral cuneiform fracture
        • Nutcracker fracture
      • Fractures of the Metatarsal bones
        • General
          • March fracture
          • Lisfranc fracture-dislocation
        • 5th metatarsal fracture
          • Avulsion fracture of the proximal 5th metatarsal
          • Stress fracture of the 5th metatarsal
          • Pseudo-jones fracture
          • Jones fracture
        • Fractures of the Phalanges


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