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Male Lower Extremities with X-Ray Films and Fractures to the Bilateral Lower Legs
Male Lower Extremities with X-Ray Films and Fractures to the Bilateral Lower Legs

This medical exhibit features an anterior of an adult male providing an overview of the various fractures including the transverse process fractures at L1, L2 and L3, the right tibial plateau, the right proximal fibula, the left proximal tibia and the left proximal fibula. Also, enlarged skeletal views of each knee and proximal lower leg region illustrate the bilateral leg fractures in greater detail. Thees detailed enlargements dramatically reveal the fractures of the bilateral tibia and fibula. Inset views of the actual post-accident x-rays are included.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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