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The right hip demonstrates extensive osteophyte proliferation involving the femoral head and acetabular rim. There is also mild joint space narrowing. A healed fracture deformity is present at the mid-diaphysis of the right femur, with moderate anterior offset and dorsal angulation of the distal femur relative to the proximal. Several small homogenously dense calcific bodies are present near the left femoral neck which may be intraarticular, however can not be specifically localized.
Within the scrotum, numerous homogenously dense calcifications of varying size are present, several of which are superficial and distort the contour of the scrotal skin.