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Femoral Head

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The femoral head, the most proximal part of the femur, is supported by the femoral neck.

It acts as a joint with the acetabulum of the pelvis.

Two-thirds of the femoral head is spherical, but has a medial depression known as the fovea capitis femoris, which serves as an attachment point for the ligamentum teres.

The Femoral Head is available in CoCr or stainless steel alloy, 12/14 taper, 22-28-32-36 mm diameter in 5 different sizes from -3.5 to +10.5mm.

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