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Bilateral Calcaneus Fractures and Open Reduction Internal Fixation Procedures - Medical Animation
 
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Bilateral Calcaneus Fractures and Open Reduction Internal Fixation Procedures - Medical Animation
This 3D animation consists of three scenes depicting: A) a comminuted blow-out fractures of the bilateral calcaneal fractures, B) surgical open reduction and internal fixation of the fractures and C) post-operative hardware fixation of both ankles. rnIn the surgery scene, the key steps of the IROF procedure are highlighted, including debridement and rearrangement, K-wire insertion, locking Synthes plate placement and multiple screw fixation.

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