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Total Hip Joint Replacement Procedure - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Graphically depicts a total hip joint replacement surgery using five graphics. The first illustration shows an incision line on the left hip. The remaining images depict the following surgical steps: 1. Removing the damaged femoral head using a Stryker saw; 2. Reaming out the acetabulum (hip socket); 3. Placing the acetabular component of the hip joint; and 4. Hammering the femoral component into the reamed out femoral canal.
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illustrations, drawings, pictures, graphics, charts, medical animations,
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