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Fractured Ankle Dislocation (Dislocated)

Fractured Ankle Dislocation (Dislocated)

 

Fractured Ankle Dislocation (Dislocated)
Image Number: 130-00803
Dimensions: Varied
Media Used: Digital
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Title: Fractured Ankle Dislocation (Dislocated)
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Fractured Ankle Dislocation (Dislocated). Shows the dislocated fractures of the medial and lateral malleoli, and posterior displacement of the talus bone beneath the tibia and fibula. ORIF surgery: 1. Incision into the lateral ankle with placement of a 6-hole fibular plate; 2. An incision into the medial ankle to place two tibial fixation screws; and 3. Shows post-operative appearance of the ankle with skin staples and other orthopedic hardware. May be customized by editing labels, or by combining artwork with graphics from our 15,000 image library.

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Nucleus Medical Art Nucleus Medical Art specializes in providing stock and custom medical illustration for patient and professional education. Our proprietary database of 15,000 full-color medical illustrations and animations covers human anatomy, disease states and most common surgical procedures. In addition, Nucleus employs a team of 20 professionals to produce custom illustrations, animations, and interactive multimedia.

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