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Femoral anteversion, 105/, 106

Femoral arteries, 109, 109/

anatomy of, 103-104, 104/, 105/ Femoral head arthroscopic anatomy of, 118, 118/

avascular necrosis/osteonecrosis of, 25-26, 26/, 27/, 33, 108-109, 233

imaging of, 56-58, 57/ ligamentum teres debridement-related, 220 in chondral injuries, 14, 15/ chondromalacia of, 217/ loose bodies within, 221, 223/ medial, osteoarthritis of, 10, 20/ normal development of, 117 occult injuries of, 61, 62/ subchondral fractures of, 57 with unstable Osteochondritis dissecans, 218/ vascular supply to, 108-109, 109/ Femoral neck fractures of occult, 62/

stress, 63, 64/, 781, 204 osteoid osteoma of, 66, 67/ Femoral nerve hip arthroscopy-related injury to, 230

as referred pain source, 237, 239 Femoral rami, stress fractures of, 78t Femoroacetabular impingement, 24 Flexibility exercises, as adductor strain-related groin pain treatment, 76/ Flexion, measurement of, 238/, 240, 243/

Fluid extravasation, hip arthroscopy-

related, 157, 231-232 Fluoroscopic hip injection technique,

Fluoroscopy, use in nontraction hip arthroscopy, 173, 173/ Forced flexion tests, 45, 46/ Fracture tables, 129, 132/, 146, 148/

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