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Left Tibial Fracture and Vascular Injury with Surgical Fixation
Left Tibial Fracture and Vascular Injury with Surgical Fixation

This stock medical exhibit describes the repair of a left tibial fracture and avulsed popliteal artery. The first image describes the normal anatomy of the knee and its relationship to the popliteal artery. The second image shows the post-accident condition, with a displaced, comminuted fracture of the left tibia, a fracture of the left fibula, and an avulsed popliteal artery. The remaining images describe the surgical fixation of the tibial fracture with two plates and multiple screws.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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