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Figure 4 | Journal of Experimental Orthopaedics

Figure 4

From: Cyclical loading causes injury in and around the porcine proximal femoral physeal plate: proposed cause of the development of cam deformity in young athletes

Figure 4

The different zones compared on the MRI of the control to the MRI of the loaded specimens. 1 = Superior and adjacent to the physeal line, laterally to the epiphyseal tubercle (Black arrow). 2 = Superior and adjacent to the physeal line, medially to the epiphyseal tubercle. 3 = Inferior and adjacent to the physeal line, laterally to the epiphyseal tubercle. 4 = Inferior and adjacent to the physeal line, medially to the epiphyseal tubercle. 5 = Epiphysis, laterally to the epiphyseal tubercle. 6 = Epiphysis, medially to the epiphyseal tubercle. 7 = Metaphysis, laterally to the epiphyseal tubercle. 8 = Metaphysis, medially to the epiphyseal tubercle.

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