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7/4/20
Multiple Surgical Repairs - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Multiple Surgical Repairs - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This medical exhibit features an one full body silhouette (outline) view of a male figure revealing the entire skeleton from the skull down to the feet including an anterior cut-away of the torso revealing the thoracic and abdominal organs. This image provides an orientation to all the various surgical procedure. A large laparotomy incision is shown down the midline of the abdomen representing the laparotomy and diaphragm repair. An external fixator is shown in place representing the external fixation of the pelvis. An external fixator is shown in place representing the external fixation of the ankle. A tube is shown extending down the trachea and into the lung to represent the bronchoscopy. Also, enlarged skeletal views of the pelvis and ankle are included to also represent the later internal fixation procedures following the removal of the initially placed external fixators. The ankle image represents the post-operative condition. The pelvis image represents the post-operative condition.

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