Injuries of Lower Limb
Which is not true about Langenbeck Kocher operation:
|A||Adequate exposal of posterior segment|
|B||Anterior segment is not Visualized adequately|
|C||Superior segment is visualized|
|D||Sciatic nerve injury in 10 percent in the cases.|
Superior segment is visualized
Kocher Langenbeck approach is posterior approach to acetabulum commonly used for posterior column fracture dislocation. Anterior segment is not utilized in this approached also this approach superior segment is difficult to visualized. Incident of sciatic nerve injury in deferent studies varies from 3-10%.