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Surgical Fixation of the Right Tibia and Fibula
Surgical Fixation of the Right Tibia and Fibula

This stock medical exhibit depicts the key steps involved in the surgical fixation of the right tibia. These images include the removal of the previously placed external fixator, the open exposure of the right fibular fracture and the application of internal fixation hardware. Then the insertion of a cancellous screw into the anterior distal tibial fragment, and finally the open exposure of the tibial pilon fracture and the application of the internal fixation hardware.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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