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Destabilization of the Left Knee with Resulting Dislocation
Destabilization of the Left Knee with Resulting Dislocation

This are color interpretations of three x-ray films of the left knee showing knee prostheses in place. The knee cap has been removed and the patellar tendon is attached to the quadriceps tendon with sutures. These series of images shows a fracture avulsion of the tibial tubercle where the patellar tendon attaches causing destabilization and anterior dislocation of the prosthetic tibial component.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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