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Congenital Dislocation (Dysplasia) of the Hip in an Infant
Item ID: exh5379a   Source ID: 2

Description: Accurately depicts congenital dislocation of the hip in an infant (hip dysplasia) with subsequent formation of a false joint above the acetabulum (hip socket). Shows infant with dislocated femoral head with a close-up of the normal anatomy of the hip joint for comparative purposes. The third illustration shows the dislocated hip and the under-developed, deformed... More

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Accurately depicts congenital dislocation of the hip in an infant (hip dysplasia) with subsequent formation of a false joint above the acetabulum (hip socket). Shows infant with dislocated femoral head with a close-up of the normal anatomy of the hip joint for comparative purposes. The third illustration shows the dislocated hip and the under-developed, deformed acetabulum. The final image shows the soft tissues surrounding the joint filling in to form a false joint.

Max Image Size: 2800 pixels wide by 1944 pixels high


 
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