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Left Lower Leg Injury
Left Lower Leg Injury

This medical exhibit features two anterior skeletal views of the left lower leg, ankle and foot region. These images will clearly compare the following conditions: 1. Normal anatomy showing the proper appearance and alignment of the tibia and fibula. 2. X-ray interpretation of the post-accident condition. This interpretation will include a print enlargement of the actual post-accident film mounted beside a full color illustration based specifically on that film with displaced and massively comminuted fracture of the distal tibia and spiral fracture of the distal fibula.

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Last Updated: Jun 21st, 2020

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