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Multiple Pelvic Fractures with Placement of Distal Femoral Traction Pin - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Multiple Pelvic Fractures with Placement of Distal Femoral Traction Pin - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit depicts normal anatomy of the pelvis and femur, post-accident condition, and post-operative condition. The post-accident condition illustrates an ischial fracture, iliac joint widening, and a displaced acetabular fracture. The post-operative condition shows stabilization of fractures and a traction pin through the distal femoral condyles.

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