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9/19/20
Right Ankle Fractures with Subsequent Surgical Fixation and Placement of an External Fixator - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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This multi-image surgical exhibit features elements associated with the open reduction, internal and external fixation of multiple fractures to the tibia and fibula of the right lower leg. Specific images show:
1. Pre-operative fractures.
2. Lateral incision with placement of plate and multiple screws.
3. Medial incision with placement of additional screws.
4. Final post-operative view showing the post-operative appearance with all internal hardware and an external fixator.

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