An an 8-yr-old male with a one year history of progressive limp.

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An an 8-yr-old male with a one year history of progressive limp. he does not complain of any pain. On a plain radiograph the femoral head on the symptomatic side appears smaller than the femoral head of the other side. It also appears fragmented and collapsed The most likely pathology is

a) Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease
b) infectious arthritis
c) osteosarcoma
d) tibial spiral fracture
e) slipped femoral epiphysis


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