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Revision of Left Hip Prosthesis - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Revision of Left Hip Prosthesis - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Revision of Left Hip Prosthesis (Artificial Hip Joint). This medical illustration series of a left hip acetabular prosthesis revision pictures a loose-fitting prosthetic acetabulum causing stress on the joint socket with significant pain and discomfort. Following this graphic are a series of two surgical illustrations displaying the hip incision, removal of the old harware, debriding of the acetabulum, and the replacement of a new prosthesis.

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