Loading…
skip to main content
Right Knee Injuries with Surgical Repairs
Right Knee Injuries with Surgical Repairs

This stock medical exhibit begins with one anterior view of the right knee with the skin and subcutaneous tissue removed clearly illustrating a tear of the right patellar tendon, as well as the tears of the transverse retinaculum. Also shown in this exhibit are the key steps of the tendon and retinaculum repair procedure. Finally, one additional view of the knee is included to illustrate the subsequent condition. This lateral view of the knee reveals the arthrofibrosis and the incomplete flexion of the knee with text describing how the contracture of the quadriceps tendon limits flexion of the knee to 70 degrees.

exh64124-nl

Last Updated: Jun 15th, 2009

Keywords

Nucleus Medical Media Disclaimer of Medical and Legal Liability

Nucleus Medical Media ("Nucleus") does not dispense medical or legal advice, and the text, illustrations, photographs, animations and other information ("Content") available on this web site is for general information purposes only. As with any medical or legal issue, it is up to you to consult a physician or attorney for professional advice. YOU SHOULD NOT DISREGARD PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL OR LEGAL ADVICE BASED ON CONTENT CONTAINED ON THIS WEB SITE, NOR SHOULD YOU RELY ON THE CONTENT ON THIS WEB SITE IN PLACE OF PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL OR LEGAL ADVICE.

NUCLEUS DISCLAIMS ALL RESPONSIBILITY AND LIABILITY FOR ANY COUNSEL, ADVICE, TREATMENT, DIAGNOSIS OR ANY MEDICAL, LEGAL OR OTHER INFORMATION, SERVICES OR PRODUCTS THAT YOU OBTAIN BASED ON VIEWING THE CONTENT OF THIS SITE. THE INFORMATION ON THIS WEB SITE SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED COMPLETE OR SUITABLE FOR ANY PURPOSE WHATSOEVER.

Mature Content Disclaimer: Certain Content on this web site contains graphic depictions or descriptions of medical information, which may be offensive to some viewers. Nucleus, its licensors, and its suppliers disclaim all responsibility for such materials.

close