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Progression of Right Lower Leg Injury
Progression of Right Lower Leg Injury

This stock medical exhibit depicts a fracture of the right lower leg and the subsequent corrective surgical procedures and eventual condition in a series of illustrations. The first illustration shows a normal foot. The second illustration depicts a foot with comminuted fractures of the lower tibia and fibula. The third illustration depicts the foot with an external fixater placed. The fourth illustration depicts the foot after placement of two plates on the tibia. The fifth illustration shows the foot with a plate added to the fibula. The sixth illustration portrays the eventual condition of the foot.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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