List clinical features and diagnostics.
Shortened and externally rotated leg
X-ray (AP and lateral view of the pelvis with internal rotation of the affected limb)
MRI or bone scan if clinical suspicion is high despite absent findings on x-ray
Describe the treatment.
Indication: stable, nondisplaced fractures, especially abduction fractures , mostly in debilitated patients
Temporary bed rest or use of crutches followed by mobilization with physical therapy
Venous thromboembolism prophylaxis 
Surgery (usually within 72 hours ) is indicated for unstable fractures , typically adduction fractures, and fragment dislocation
For children and young adults
Attempt preservation of the femoral head
Early open reduction internal fixation (ORIF) (within 6 hours)
For older adults: total hip replacement (THR) or hip hemiarthroplasty