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Right Foot Injuries with Surgical Repairs - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This exhibit shows:
1. A film interpretation of a comminuted fracture to the navicular bone, fracture of the talus, and detachment of the posterior tibial tendon.
2. A post dated film interpretation of a malunion between the talus and the navicular bone fragments which leads to subsequent surgery repair where a chisel is used to free-up the malunion and screws are placed to fixate the navicular bone fragements in place.
3. A post-operative film interpretation with screw fixation of the navicular bone fragments.
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