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3/29/20
Clothed Female Figure with Bilateral Arm, Thigh, Lower Leg and Ankle Fractures - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Clothed Female Figure with Bilateral Arm, Thigh, Lower Leg and Ankle Fractures - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit begins with one full body portrait of a female figure revealing the skeletal anatomy shown transparently beneath the skin. This image offers an overall orientation to the sites of the various injuries including the fractures of the left femur, the fractures of the left tibia and fibula. the fractures of the right distal tibia, the fracture of the right calcaneus and the fracture of the right ulna. Also, the brain is shown transparently beneath the forehead. The brain is surrounded by a red glow symbolizing the trauma in this region. Text describes the confusion, disorientation, short-term memory disorder and retrograde amnesia consistent with a mild traumatic brain injury. Finally, enlarged skeletal views of each of the areas of fracture are included and shown surrounding the central full body portrait. These various enlargements show each of the areas of fracture in greater detail.

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