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Progression of Condition of a Right Foot Lisfranc Fracture - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Dislocationrnfour side-by side views of the right foot bones to reveal the following conditions and appearances over time:rn1. Pre-accident (normal) anatomy of the right foot bones. rn2. Post-accident right foot bones with Lisfranc fracture-dislocation, 2nd and 3rd metatarsal base fractures. Inset of the plantar surface of the foot to detail the avulsion-fracture fragments.rn3. Post-operative right foot bones after open reduction with all fixation hardware Tarsometatarsal plate installed between metatarsal anne cuneiform bone with k-wire fixation screws.rn4. Subsequent condition of the right foot bones, with onset of traumatic arthritis and post surgical changes.
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