Moore, SR, Moore, DJ, Parikh, RJ et al: BMJ Online 2012

This article has recently had a correction:

In the online version of this Endgames case report by Seyed Ali Moeinoddini and colleagues (BMJ 2012;345: e7361, doi: 10.1136/bmj.e7361), the affiliations of the last two authors are reversed. Sarah Ruth Moore should be affiliated to East Cheshire NHS Trust, Macclesfield District General Hospital, Macclesfield, UK and David James Moore should be affiliated to Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, UK.

Sequential bilateral femoral fractures

SA Moeinoddini, RJ Parikh, SR Moore…
BMJ (Online), January 2012, vol./is. 345/7891, 1756-1833 (19 Jan 2013)
A 78 year old woman presented to the emergency department with an
off-ended, shortened, anteriorly deviated, long oblique fracture of the right femoral diaphysis. She had been experiencing thigh pain for several weeks before this acute presentation and analgesia