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10/25/20
Left Femur Fracture with Surgical Fixation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Left Femur Fracture with Surgical Fixation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features multiple images and actual x-ray film prints describing a left femur fracture with surgical fixation in a black male child. The following images are shown: 1. Post-accident leg and displaced left femur fracture. 2. Operative summary showing incisions at the knee with retrograde intramedullary nail placement. 3. Final post-operative condition with two flexible intramedullary nails and callous formation (healing) a the fracture site.

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