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Progression of Right Leg Injury and Surgeries - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Progression of Right Leg Injury and Surgeries - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This exhibit features multiple views of the right lower leg from above the knee down to the foot. These images summarize the progression of the condition in this case. The following specific images will be included:rnrn1. Post-accident condition with right knee dislocation, popliteal artery injury and ischemia of the lower leg and foot.rnrn2. Condition following the initial femoral-popliteal bypass showing the blockage of the bypass graft resulting in continued ischemia of the lower leg and foot.rnrn3. Condition following the above the knee to below the knee popliteal to popliteal bypass showing the continued ischemia of the lower leg including posterior heel ulcer and gangrene of the foot.rnrn4. Condition following the initial below knee amputation with the lower leg and foot removed, but also showing the chronic flexion contractures of the knee.rnrn5. Eventual condition with the extension of the amputation up to the knee.

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