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Right Arm Injuries and Surgical Fixation
Right Arm Injuries and Surgical Fixation

This exhibit depicts two views of the right arm illustrating an open wounds of the elbow and forearm and multiple fractures including the multiple fractures of the humerus, the fractures of the radius and ulna, and the fracture of the little finger. The transection of the radial artery is shown adjacent to the radial fracture. Multiples drawings and x-ray films of the post-operative condition, revealing all fractures realigned with all fixation hardware in place, are also included

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Last Updated: Dec 15th, 2009

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