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Condromalacia del cóndilo femoral medial con meniscectomía artroscópica - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing, Anatomy Illustration



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7/10/20
Condromalacia del cóndilo femoral medial con meniscectomía artroscópica - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Condromalacia del cóndilo femoral medial con meniscectomía artroscópica
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Condromalacia del cóndilo femoral medial con meniscectomía artroscópica - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Muestra con precisión condromalacia del cóndilo femoral medial izquierdo con cirugía artroscópica a los meniscos. Muestra la articulación de la rodilla con condromalacia severa del cóndilo femoral medial y un desgarro en el cuerno posterior del menisco medial. Pasos de la cirugía: 1. Inserción de instrumentos artroscópicos en la articulación de la rodilla a través de dos heridas cortadas; 2. Retiro de fragmentos meniscales inestables; y 3. Condición post-operatoria que muestra el cartílago articular y meniscal desbridado a un tejido saludable.

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