Femur Diagram

Femur Diagram. The Femur is the longest and strongest bone of the body, present in the thigh (Latin femur = thigh). Top Contributors - Kim Jackson, Evan Thomas, Lucinda hampton, Daphne Jackson and Joanne Garvey.

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Your fracture will be fixed by placing a long nail inside the thigh bone (the femur) from the hip joint down, close to your knee joint. The femur is the only bone located within the human thigh. Which labeled structures in the diagrams of the femur show the gluteal tube.

The Femur is the longest and strongest bone of the body, present in the thigh (Latin femur = thigh).

Femur is bone that extends from hip to knee joint and is also called thigh bone.

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Which labeled structures in the diagrams of the femur show the gluteal tube. The head forms a ball-and-socket joint with the hip (at the acetabulum), being held in place by a ligament within the socket and by strong surrounding ligaments. In order to stabilise the femur, a long nail will need to be inserted.

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