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(Fig. 18. Photomicrograph low power C.H. Embryo 10. length 167 mm., slide 245. Section with the femur in 90° flexion and external rotation. The head of the femur has been thrown inferiorly and laterally so that its greatest diameter is out of the circl...)
 
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Fig. 18. Photomicrograph low power C.H. Embryo 10. length 167 mm., slide 245. Section with the femur in 90° flexion and external rotation. The head of the femur has been thrown inferiorly and laterally so that its greatest diameter is out of the circle of the glenoid labrum and cotyloid ligament. The inferior capsule is stretched and bulging. If force were applied in the long axis of the femur, the head would be forced outside the glenoid labrum to cause inferior dislocation.

Reference

Strayer MMJr. The embryology of the human hip joint. (1943) Yale J Biol Med. 1943 Oct; 16(1): 13–26.6. PMCID: PMC2601352

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