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Hoffa fracture

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Hoffa fracture
Hoffa fracture of medial unicondylar and bilateral in a man a rare case 2015 P03.png
Medio-lateralradiographsof knees joint showing a bilateral Hoffa fracture of the medial femoral condyle and fracture suspicion of left tibia plateau. (A) right knee; (B) left knee.[1]

A Hoffa fracture is an intra-articular supracondylar distal femoral fracture, characterized by a fracture in the coronal plane.[1]

It is named for Albert Hoffa.[1]

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References

  1. ^ a b c Koné, S.; Bana, A.; Touré, SA.; Koné, S.; Allou, AS.; Kouassi, AN.; Koffi, AG.; Kouamé, IM. (2015). "Hoffa fracture of medial unicondylar and bilateral in a man: a rare case". Pan Afr Med J. 20: 382. doi:10.11604/pamj.2015.20.382.6092. PMC 4499274. PMID 26185572.

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