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Bilateral Hip Dislocation
Bilateral Hip Dislocation

Congenital Hip Dysplasia (Dislocated Hip). The first image depicts an overall orientation of a baby with the dislocated hip bones superimposed as an x-ray film. The second image depicts the normal anatomy of the pelvic bones showing the extensive cartilage framework of an infant's hips and femoral heads. A final image displays the abnormally shallow acetabulum, or hip socket, and dislocation of both femoral heads.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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