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Radiographic Anatomy of Adult Hip

Anteroposterior

1. Anterior superior iliac spine
2. Ilium
3. Anterior inferior iliac spine
4. Pelvic brim
5. Acetabular fossa
6. Head of femur
7. Fovea
8. Superior ramus of pubis
9. Obturator foramen
10. Inferior ramus of pubis
11. Pubic symphysis
12. Ischium
13. Lesser trochanter
14. Intertrochanteric crest
15. Greater trochanter
16. Neck of femur

Frog Lateral

1. Greater trochanter
2. Intertrochanteric crest
3. Lesser trochanter
4. Neck of femur
5. Head of femur
6. Acetabular fossa
7. Superior ramus of pubis
8. Obturator foramen
9. Inferior ramus of pubis
10. Ischium

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