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8/4/20
Broken Ankle - Displaced Trimalleolar Fractures with Fixation Surgery - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Broken Ankle - Displaced Trimalleolar Fractures with Fixation Surgery - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Broken Ankle - Displaced Trimalleolar Fractures with Fixation Surgery. This medical illustration series depicts: 1. Pre-operative view of the ankle exhibiting the displaced trimalleolar fractures of the distal tibia and fibula, 2. Lateral incision with placement of fibular plate and screws, 3. Medial view with placement of tibial fixation screws, and 4. Final post-operative view of the ankle, featuring a color highlighted film print of the actual patient x-ray.

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