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Shoulder Injury - Humeral Neck Fracture - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Shoulder Injury - Humeral Neck Fracture - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This series of two medical illustrations compares a normal shoulder region with a fractured humeral neck (broken shoulder). Labels on the normal drawing include clavicle, acromion, humeral head, and glenoid cavity. The image depicting the fractured humerus shows a label for a comminuted fracture of the humeral head with compression and rotation, as well as a displaced osteochondral fragment within the glenoid cavity.

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