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9/24/20
Post-accident Injuries to the Scalp, Hand, Knee and Foot - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Post-accident Injuries to the Scalp, Hand, Knee and Foot - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit displays post-accident injuries in a series of illustrations. The first illustration shows a scalp injury, including scalp avulsion. The second illustration shows forearm injuries, including a fracture of the left ulna and a fracture of the left radius. The third illustration shows an anterior view of a large knee laceration. The fourth illustration shows an anterior view of a comminuted fracture of the left patella. The fifth illustration shows a large laceration of the left foot in a dorsal view of the foot. The sixth illustration shows injuries to the bones of foot, including a dislocated fracture of the left tarsometatarsal joints and fractures of the second-fifth left metatarsals.

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