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7/5/20
Surgical Correction of Congenital Hip Dysplasia with Subsequent Dislocation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Surgical Correction of Congenital Hip Dysplasia with Subsequent Dislocation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Congenital Hip Dysplasia (Dislocated Hip) Surgery with Subsequent Dislocation of Hip. 1. Initial illustration depicting the appearance of the infant's left hip dislocation with a description of how femoral traction is utilized in an attempt to stretch the muscles allowing for proper positioning of the femur; 2. Pelvic osteotomy with relocation of the femur and fixation with multiple plate and screws; and finally 3. Subsequent failed condition with continued dislocation of the femur from the hip joint.

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