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Open Fracture Dislocation of the Right Ankle - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Open Fracture Dislocation of the Right Ankle - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This surgical exhibit reveals the following: 1. External anterior view of of the right ankle with open wound, 2. Internal view with compound fractures of the bones of the tibia and fibula, 3. Lateral (side) surgical view with placement of a plate and multiple screws for fibular fixation, 4. Medial (inside) surgical view with placement of screws for tibial fixation, 5. Final anterior view with all hardware in place.

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