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9/20/20
Right Leg Crush Injuries with Below-Knee Amputation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Right Leg Crush Injuries with Below-Knee Amputation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features multiple surgical views from a Right Leg Crush Injury with Below-Knee Amputation. IMages include the preoperative fractures to the tibia and fibula with loss of circulation to the foot and ankle, initial incision with exposure of the underlying anatomy, skin flap creation, cutting of the bones, removal of the limb, and creation of the stump.

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