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Post - operative Condition - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This medical exhibit begins with one overall silhouette view of the lower body revealing the skeletal anatomy from the waist down. This image provides an orientation to the various sites of fracture in this case with circles drawn around the right ankle, left hip and right knee. The enlarged view of the ankle will reveal the fixation hardware fractures of the distal tibia and fibula. The enlarged view of the hip will reveal the femoral neck fracture. The enlarged view of the knee will reveal the severe tibial plateau fractures, as well as the tear of the medial and lateral meniscus. These images are based specifically on the pre-operative films.
Each of these images will clearly illustrate the post-operative condition with all fixation hardware in place. These images will be based on the post-operative x-rays provided.
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