The remaining pages of the report contain a morphological analysis of the femur and of the acetabulum.
Femur (page 3)
For the femur we calculate the alpha angles of the femoral head, clockwise in steps of 1 hour around the neck. The 12 o’clock position shows the superior-lateral aspect of the femoral head. The annotated images on the right side of the page (A) correspond with the knots of the line displayed in the top left image of the femur (B). This tells you where exactly the femur alpha angles were measured. Normal alpha angles are considered to be smaller than 55°, and most likely also smaller than 60°.
The acetabular coverage calculation tells you how much of the femoral head is covered by the acetabulum. It is a percentage of a circle with the size of the femoral head, and divided in an anterior part and posterior part. In brackets reference values are given, based on the literature.