Dr Muhammad Waleed Sanaullah, Dr. Ammara Azam, Dr. Mubashir Ahmad
Introduction: The treatment of capricious trochanteric fissures in elderly and therapeutically compromised patients is being tested with orthopedic specialists. The motivation of this study is to consider the consequences of the obsession of trochanteric fissures by the reproduction of the posterior deformity by the joint removed from the patient's femoral head (re-meshing of the limestone) in solidified bipolar hemiarthroplasty and to evaluate the viability and practical outcome of this methodology. Our current research was conducted at Mayo Hospital, Lahore from May 2018 to March 2019. Disposition of cases: We treated a multi-year-old individual, whose therapeutic understanding was compromised, with capricious trochanteric ruptures, with solidified bipolar hemiarthroplasty and reproduction of a posteromedial imperfection by a joint removed from the patient's femoral head (limestone re-meshing). Conclusion: The patient's recovery is faster and simpler. Early loading and assembly and rapid return of patients to their pre-rupture state, especially for elderly and medically frail patients in whom delayed bed rest causes many difficulties, is a legitimate reason to consider this option.