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Incorrect Placement of Femoral Prosthesis with Resulting Femoral Fracture
Incorrect Placement of Femoral Prosthesis with Resulting Femoral Fracture

This stock medical exhibit describes the incorrect placement of a femoral prosthesis resulting in a femoral fracture. The first image shows a skeletal view of the right hip with the prosthesis in place. The second image is a cross-section of the femur, showing that the prosthesis is improperly placed. The final image shows the femur with a longitudinal fracture of the proximal femoral shaft.

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Last Updated: Jun 21st, 2020

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