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Right Lower Leg Fractures and Surgical Fixation
Right Lower Leg Fractures and Surgical Fixation

This stock medical exhibit features multiple views of a right lower leg fracture with surgical fixation. The following images are shown: 1. Post-accident condition and X-ray film detailing comminuted fractures of both the right tibia and fibula with open wound to the medial calf. 2. Surgical incision into the knee with an intramedullary nail being driven across the fracture sites. 3. Placement of proximal and distal locking screws. 4. Subsequent post-operative condition and X-ray film detailing incomplete healing at the fracture sites and an open draining wound to the leg.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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