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Left Leg Injury with Surgical Amputation
Left Leg Injury with Surgical Amputation

This medical exhibit features the following multiple images;rnThe first illustration is an external view of the left leg immediately following the accident with degloving injury rnThe second illustration depicts the bones of the left leg immediately following the accident. The multiple fractures rnrnThe third illustration shows the cutting of the soft tissues as the first step of the amputation rnrnThe fourth illustration shows the tibial osteotomy being performed.rnrnThe fifth illustration depicts the closing of the skin with staples.rn

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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