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Arthroscopic Management of Articular Hoffa Fracture: A Case Report

Adnane Lachkar, Hicham Yacoubi, Abdeljaouad Najib.

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Introduction: Hoffa fractures are uncommon. These joint fractures require anatomical reduction with stable osteosynthesis allowing early rehabilitation. The arthroscopic reduction with percutaneous osteosynthesis has the advantages of being a minimally invasive technique with minimal morbidity and a good control of the reduction.
Case Presentation: We report here a 35-year-old patient who has a left knee injury after a motorbike accident. The case was treated for Hoffa’s fracture by percutaneous fixation arthroscopically assisted with good outcomes.

Key words: Hoffa fracture, Knee articular fractures, Arthroscopy

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