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1/28/21
Cirugía total de reemplazo de la rodilla derecha - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Cirugía total de reemplazo de la rodilla derecha - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Muestra con precisión una cirugía total de reemplazo de la rodilla derecha. Cada imagen muestra la perspectiva del cirujano con los instrumentos quirúrgicos incluyendo los bisturís, sierra quirúrgica para huesos, retractores y prótesis. Muestra un daño artrítico (condromalacia) a las superficies articulares del fémur, rótula, tibia y meniscos. Muestra una incisión en la articulación de la rodilla; resección de la superficie articular femoral y la placa tibial y asegurando la prótesis artificial de la articulación de la rodilla.

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