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Fractura-dislocación bimaleolar del tobillo izquierdo con fijación quirúrgica - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Fractura-dislocación bimaleolar del tobillo izquierdo con fijación quirúrgica - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Dislocación del tobillo fracturado (dislocado). Muestra las fracturas dislocadas de los maléolos central y lateral y el desplazamiento posterior del hueso astrágalo debajo de la tibia y el peroné. Cirugía de reducción interna y fijación interna : 1. Incisión en el tobillo lateral con colocación de la placa de peroné de 6 orificios; 2. Una incisión en el tobillo central para colocar dos tornillos de fijación tibial; y 3. Muestra la apariencia postoperatoria del tobillo con grapas quirúrgicas cutáneas y otros materiales ortopédicos.

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