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Current Condition of the Right Knee with Proposed Total Knee Replacement - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Current Condition of the Right Knee with Proposed Total Knee Replacement
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Current Condition of the Right Knee with Proposed Total Knee Replacement - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Accurate depiction of knee joint arthritis due to trauma requiring total knee joint replacement surgery (arthroplasty) with a knee prosthesis. In dramatic detail, the knee joint is shown being prepared for the artificial prosthesis using a bone saw to conform the margins of the tibia and femur.

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