Aseptic or avascular necrosis of the femoral head. The major types are idiopathic (primary), as a complication of fractures or dislocations, and legg-calve-perthes disease.


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Avascular <b>necrosis</b> - <b>Femoral</b>

Avascular necrosis - Femoral
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of the <b>Femoral Head</b> | The

of the Femoral Head | The
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of the <b>Femoral Head</b> | The

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Aaa0001 Avascular <b>necrosis</b>

Aaa0001 Avascular necrosis
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Avascular <b>necrosis</b> - <b>Femoral</b>

Avascular necrosis - Femoral
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Avascular <b>Necrosis</b> of <b>Femoral</b>

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Avascular <b>Necrosis</b> of <b>Femoral</b>

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Last update: September 2014
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