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Thigh injury

Thigh injury: Introduction

Any injury to the thigh or thighbone (femur). The thigh is the upper leg region between the groin and the knee. The thigh consists of very strong muscles and one of the body's largest, strongest bones called the femur or thighbone. A broken femur is an example of a thigh injury. ...more »

Symptoms of Thigh injury

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Thigh injury: Related Patient Stories

Thigh injury: Deaths

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Types of Thigh injury

Causes of Thigh injury

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Disease Topics Related To Thigh injury

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Thigh injury: Undiagnosed Conditions

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Misdiagnosis and Thigh injury

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Evidence Based Medicine Research for Thigh injury

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