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Figure 3 (a and b) Plain radiography of right congenital short femur, anteroposterior and tunnel views, show the subluxed knee, hypoplastic tibial spines, and shallow intercondylar femoral notch. (c and d) MRI images of the same knee, the coronal cut, shows the wedge-shaped distal femoral epiphysis due to hypoplasia of the lateral femoral condyle. The sagittal cut shows the absent cruciate ligaments and anterior subluxation of the tibia.

Figure 3 (a and b) Plain radiography of right congenital short femur, anteroposterior and tunnel views, show the subluxed knee, hypoplastic tibial spines, and shallow intercondylar femoral notch. (c and d) MRI images of the same knee, the coronal cut, shows the wedge-shaped distal femoral epiphysis due to hypoplasia of the lateral femoral condyle. The sagittal cut shows the absent cruciate ligaments and anterior subluxation of the tibia.