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10/25/20
Subsequent Deterioration of the Hip with Eventual Total Hip Replacement - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Subsequent Deterioration of the Hip with Eventual Total Hip Replacement
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Subsequent Deterioration of the Hip with Eventual Total Hip Replacement - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features illustrations depicting a patient's hip deterioration following an operative procedure and steps from the procedure to correct the subsequent injury. The first illustration provides an orientation view that highlights the area of deterioration. The second illustration shows an enlarged view of the skeletal region and highlights the deterioration and injury to the hip. The third illustration features the incision site over the injury site on the lateral hip. The fourth illustration features the removal of the damaged tissues and hardware. The image includes the addition of the hip prosthetic pieces. The final image provides an anterior skeletal view of the hip with the prosthetic pieces in place following surgery.


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