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Traumatic Quadriceps Tear with Subsequent Atrophy and Weakness
Traumatic Quadriceps Tear with Subsequent Atrophy and Weakness

This stock medical exhibit features multiple images, describing a traumatic quadriceps tear injury with it's subsequent condition with atrophy and weakness. Images compare an overview of the normal anatomy of the quadriceps femoris region with that of the subsequent condition with atrophy, scarring and weakness. An additional image reveals the mechanism of the injury with hyperflexion slip and fall injury to the quadriceps mechanism.

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Last Updated: May 22nd, 2011

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