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FIGURE 15.2. A 16-year-old boy with pain and locking of the left hip from playing football. (A) Anteroposterior radiograph demonstrates congenital deformity of the joint with a 10-degree CE angle. (B) Computed tomography (CT) scan demonstrates evidence of a bone fragment within the femoral head (arrow). (C) Arthroscopic view from the posterolateral portal demonstrates an unstable full-thickness articular flap (asterisk). (D) Now viewing from the anterolateral portal, the fragment (asterisk) is excised. (E) A stable edge is created around the crater (asterisk), with no loose bone fragment.

FIGURE 15.2. A 16-year-old boy with pain and locking of the left hip from playing football. (A) Anteroposterior radiograph demonstrates congenital deformity of the joint with a 10-degree CE angle. (B) Computed tomography (CT) scan demonstrates evidence of a bone fragment within the femoral head (arrow). (C) Arthroscopic view from the posterolateral portal demonstrates an unstable full-thickness articular flap (asterisk). (D) Now viewing from the anterolateral portal, the fragment (asterisk) is excised. (E) A stable edge is created around the crater (asterisk), with no loose bone fragment.

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