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8/14/20
Left Ankle Instability with Surgical Reconstruction - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Left Ankle Instability with Surgical Reconstruction - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features multiple images of a left ankle instability and surgical reconstruction. Images include the following:
1. Condition at time of surgery with left ankle synovitis, soft tissue scar, and attenuation and rupture of anterior talofibular ligament.
2. Incision into the lateral ankle.
3. Debridement of ligament with creation of multiple drill holes.
4. Repair of the ligament utilizing a modified Bronstrom technique.

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