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Initial Stabilization and External Fixation of the Left Tibial Plateau - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Initial Stabilization and External Fixation of the Left Tibial Plateau
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Initial Stabilization and External Fixation of the Left Tibial Plateau - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Full color exhibit illustrates left knee arthroscopy and application of external fixator for a severely comminuted proximal tibial fracutre. Surgical steps show insertion of arthroscopic instruments through stab incisions on the knee and lavage of knee joint. An additional illustration demonstrates how external fixator is secured to the femur, tibia and fibula to stabilize the fracture site.

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