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Introduction: Despite periprosthetic greater trochanter fractures being a common injury, relatively little has been published specific to their management. This review explores the available evidence, including 6 case series detailing information regarding fracture classification, indications for fixation and fixation methods. Materials and Methods: A literature search of Embase and MEDLINE databases from 1946 to March 2020 was conducted using a broad search strategy to identify all relevantdoi:10.5281/zenodo.4288608 fatcat:cxr2kvqbuvaxhdvjgqjx6dhuye