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Fracture of the Humerus with Subsequent Fixation
Fracture of the Humerus with Subsequent Fixation

Fractured (Broken) Arm with Fixation Surgery. This medical-legal chart depicts a complex fracture and repair of the left midshaft humerus shown with three anterior (front) views. The first two graphics show the left humerus arm bone in comparison to the a humerus with a spiral oblique comminuted fracture. The final illustration shows the left humerus after it has been surgically reduced and fixated with a 10-hole plate, multiple screws and two tension bands.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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