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Am Fam Physician. 2004 Mar 1;69(5):1049-1050.

The article “Lower Extremity Abnormalities in Children” (August 1, 2003, page 461) contained an error in Figure 1 on page 462. The arrows identifying the normal and weak hip abductors were inadvertently transposed during production. The arrows should be pointing to the left side of the hip, rather than to the right. The corrected figure is reprinted below. The online version of the article has been corrected.

FIGURE 1

Trendelenburg's Sign. The pelvis tilts toward the normal hip when weight is borne on the affected side.

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FIGURE 1

Trendelenburg's Sign. The pelvis tilts toward the normal hip when weight is borne on the affected side.


FIGURE 1

Trendelenburg's Sign. The pelvis tilts toward the normal hip when weight is borne on the affected side.


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