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Right Lower Leg Injuries with Initial Wound Debridement
Right Lower Leg Injuries with Initial Wound Debridement

This stock medical exhibit begins with one anterior view of the right foot and lower leg illustrating the post-accident condition. This image clearly shows the large 15 cm degloving defect over the tibia exposing the anterior tibialis muscle. The fibula is shown transparently beneath the skin showing the fracture in this region. Next the key steps of the initial irrigation and debridement procedure are illustrated in graphic detail. These images clearly show how the wound is cleansed and how the wound is packed and loosely closed since the skin edges could not be brought together at this time.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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