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Diagnostic Arthroscopy of the Right Knee - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Diagnostic Arthroscopy of the Right Knee - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Knee joint Arthroscopy, Diagnostic Surgery. This medical legal exhibit illustrates the anatomy of the right knee, which includes the femur, patella, meniscus, tibia, fibula and collateral ligaments. This illustration also depicts the knee arthroscopy surgery and describes how and where the stab incisions, arthroscope and cannula are placed.

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