Garden Classification Of Hip Fractures
Garden Classification Of Hip Fractures

9.7 / 10 ( 38 votes ) Garden stage I: undisplaced incomplete, including valgus impacted fracture. Garden stage II: Undisplaced complete hip bone fracture. Garden stage III: Complete fracture, incompletely displaced hip. Garden stage IV: Complete fracture, completely displaced hip. Hip fracture is also known as femur fracture or femur neck fracture.

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Plantar Fasciitis Anatomy
Plantar Fasciitis Anatomy

In this image, you will find plantar fascia, inflammation fascia, heel bone in Plantar fasciitis anatomy. You may also find tearting at the calcaneal attachment, medial calcaneal branch of tibial nerve, fat pad, calcaneus in it.

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Chondral Defect
Chondral Defect

In this image, you will find femur, chondral defect, anterior cruciate ligament, tibia, fibula, posterior cruciate ligament, osteochondral, articular cartilage in it.

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Ricket Children Anatomy
Ricket Children Anatomy

In this image, you will find craniotabes, dolichocephaly, premature closure of sagittal suture,  in Ricket children anatomy. You will also find pigeon breast, rachitic rosary, Harrison’s groove, enlarged epiphyses as well. This picture also contains other parts such as saucer epiphyses, slipped epiphysis, bowing of limbs, knock knees and so on. Difference between normal bone […]

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