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5/25/20
Multiple Escharotomy Incisions to the Chest, Leg and Arm - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Multiple Escharotomy Incisions to the Chest, Leg and Arm - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features illustrations depicting escharotomies following a burn injury that involved over ninety four percent of the patient's body. The first image shows an anterior silhouette of a figure's chest and provides the locations of the initial escharotomy sites into the chest. The second illustration shows the escharotomies being performed on the severely burnt chest to release the burnt tissue on the chest and abdomen. The third illustration again provides an anterior silhouette of a figure's legs to outline the locations of the escharotomies placed on the legs. The fourth illustration shows the escharotomies being performed on the severely burnt legs to release the burnt tissue on the chest and abdomen. The fifth illustration provides a posterior silhouette of a figure's arms to outline the locations of the escharotomies placed on the arms. The final illustration shows a escharotomy being performed on a severely burned arm to release the burnt tissue.

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