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Progression of Left Elbow Condition
Progression of Left Elbow Condition

This stock medical exhibit features four lateral skeletal views of the left elbow region comparing the following specific conditions: 1. Normal anatomy showing the proper structure and alignment of the olecranon process. 2. Post-accident condition with comminuted fracture of the olecranon. 3. Post-operative condition with the fracture fragments realigned and all fixation hardware in place. 4. Subsequent condition with non-union of the olecranon fracture site.

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Last Updated: Jun 21st, 2020

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