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Post-accident Ankle Fractures with Surgical Fixation
Post-accident Ankle Fractures with Surgical Fixation

This stock medical exhibit shows post-accident ankle fractures with surgical fixation in a series of illustrations. The first illustration shows the pre-operative condition, including a displaced Hawkins II talar neck fracture as seen in a lateral view of the bones of the foot and ankle. The second illustration shows the first step in the open reduction and internal fixation procedure, including the creation of an anterolateral incision in the foot to access the fracture site. The second illustration shows the reduction of the fracture and the placement of a screw. The fourth illustration shows the post-operative condition with the screw in place.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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