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Klein's line

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Klein's line

Klein's line is a line running along the superior edge of a neck of femur.

Clinical Use

The line should normally intersect the lateral part of the superior femoral epiphysis, and so is useful in the diagnosis of slipped capital femoral epiphysis with the use of

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