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Figure 1: (a) X-ray right thigh anteroposterior and lateral views showing femoral shaft fracture before spica cast application (b) Clinical photograph of same patient with hip spica case applied in 30°-40° of flexion at hip (c) X-rays anteroposterior and lateral views of same patient showing alignment in hip spica (d) Clinical photograph of same patient with hip spica showing broken spica at 2 weeks followup (e) X-ray anteroposterior and lateral views of same patient at 6 weeks followup showing alignment and callus formation (f) X-ray anteroposterior and lateral views at 4 months followup showing alignment of fragments and remodelling

Figure 1: (a) X-ray right thigh anteroposterior and lateral views showing femoral shaft fracture before spica cast application (b) Clinical photograph of same patient with hip spica case applied in 30°-40° of flexion at hip (c) X-rays anteroposterior and lateral views of same patient showing alignment in hip spica (d) Clinical photograph of same patient with hip spica showing broken spica at 2 weeks followup (e) X-ray anteroposterior and lateral views of same patient at 6 weeks followup showing alignment and callus formation (f) X-ray anteroposterior and lateral views at 4 months followup showing alignment of fragments and remodelling