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Traumatic Right Ankle Injury and Surgery
Traumatic Right Ankle Injury and Surgery

This stock medical exhibit features the following multiple images: 1. Anterior and lateral images of the right ankle with flexion-inversion injury and subsequent damages to the joint, including tenosynovitis, tearing of the preens longus and braves tendons, rural nerve entrapment and os perineum. Next, the following four surgical images are shown: A. Incision and exposure of the lateral tendons and joint. B. Tenolysis to remove scarring. C. Partial proneus longus resection of the os perineum. D. Side to side tendon transfer repair.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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