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Post-accident Right Leg and Foot Fractures with Surgical Fixation of the Femur - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Post-accident Right Leg and Foot Fractures with Surgical Fixation of the Femur - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This full color stock medical exhibit depicts traumatic leg and foot fractures that resulted in the need for a surgical fixation to repair the femur. A series of images illustrate the femur fracture with dislocation of the posterior medial condyle, the fracture of the left first and fifth metatarsals, the incision to expose the injury site, the debridement and irrigation of the fracture site, the insertion of three screws to secure the fracture site and the post-operative skeletal condition of the femur.

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