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Left Hip Fracture with Initial Surgical Fixation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Left Hip Fracture with Initial Surgical Fixation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Non-union of Left Hip with Surgical Hip Replacement This exhibit will feature two large skeletal views of the left hip region comparing the condition before and after the surgical fixation procedure. The first image illustrates the non-union of the fracture site showing that the fracture has failed to heal. The second image illustrates the post-operative condition following the total hip replacement including the total hip hardware and the additional trochanteric bold and claw. These images will be based on the actual x-rays from this case and inset views of the actual x-rays will be included beside each image.

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