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1/18/21
Total Hip Replacement Surgery - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Total Hip Replacement Surgery - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This medical illustration series depicts total hip replacement surgery. This medical illustration series shows arthritis and degeneration of the hip followed by the entire joint being replaced with prosthetics in a procedure called total hip arthroplasty. The steps shown in the medical drawings include the removal of the degenerated femoral head and acetabulum, or hip socket; the reaming out of the femur and socket area in preparation for the artificial femoral head and acetabular component; the placement of each prosthesis; and the appearance of the prostheses post-operatively.

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