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Fractura trimaleolar del tobillo (tobillo roto) con fijación quirúrgica - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Fractura trimaleolar del tobillo (tobillo roto) con fijación quirúrgica - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta serie de ilustraciones médicas muestra unas fracturas trimaleolares de tobillo (huesos del tobillo rotos) con fijación quirúrgica. Las ilustraciones muestran fracturas a tres partes de las porciones del maleolo de la tibia y peroné, de allí el término tri-maleolar. Al lado derecho de la imagen, los pasos quirúrgicos son mostrados con los accesorios y tornillos de fijación asegurando las articulaciones en su lugar. Este tipo de lesión es común en accidentes de vehículos motorizados (MVA).

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