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Female Figure with X-Ray and Colorized Images of Fractures to the Right Shoulder, Right Hip, Left Elbow and Left Lower Leg - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Female Figure with X-Ray and Colorized Images of Fractures to the Right Shoulder, Right Hip, Left Elbow and Left Lower Leg - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit depicts multiple post-accident injuries. In the center is a full body portrait of an elderly female with injuries to the head, right shoulder, left clavicle, left elbow, right hip, and left lower leg. On the right are X-rays and artist's interpretations of these X-rays which clearly show each of the fractures in graphic detail.

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