Mushroom Deformity

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A descriptor for the flattened femoral head with a contiguous broad neck, accompanied by a widened articular space, premature fusion of the ossification center and trochanteric overgrowth, seen in the re-ossification phase of Legg-Perthes disease/osteochondrosis of femoral head/coxa plana
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Nevertheless, in all products where the mushroom appearance is not a significant quality parameter (for example, powdered dry mushrooms or mushroom extract) it may be assumed that off-grade mushrooms could be used.
The segmented flow technology should improve mushroom appearance, taste, texture and yield (drained weight/raw weight) compared to the canned product, we're told.