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Future Post-traumatic Arthritis and Proposed Total Hip Replacement - exh40460c
This stock medical exhibit reveals multiple images showing the future condition in a patient the will eventually develop post-traumatic arthritis of the left hip joint. Images include: 1. Posterior views of the original healing fracture with plates 2. Eventual disruption of the articular joint surfaces. 3. Incision into the left hip. 4. Excision of the femoral head and acetabular joint surface. 5. Placement of prosthetic hip components.

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