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Non-union of Tibial Fracture Site with Additional Surgical Repairs
Non-union of Tibial Fracture Site with Additional Surgical Repairs

This medical exhibit illustrates one skeletal view of the right lower leg illustrating the pre-operative condition. This image shows the previously placed fixation hardware in place and show that the tibial fracture site has failed to heal.rnrnAlso, the key steps of the surgical procedure is illustrated step by step. These images include the open exposure of the original fracture site, the removal of the previously placed fixation hardware, the placement of bone grafts, the surgical fusion and the placement of the bone stimulator device.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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