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Left Foot and Leg Burns with Multiple Attempts at Surgical Repair - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features illustrations depicting a patients burn injuries and steps from the multiple operative procedures attempted to treat the condition. The first illustration provides an anterior view of the left leg highlighting the post-accident condition including burns to the foot and leg. The second illustration depicts the initial debridement and amputation of digits three through five. The third illustration shows the placement of a skin graft, harvested from the patients thigh, over the open exposure. The fourth illustration displays the necrosis of the second digit following the initial procedure. The final illustration on the exhibit shows the amputation of the second digit on the left foot.
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