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5/29/24

Crush Injury of the Foot - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Crush Injury of the Foot - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Foot - Crushed Fracture Injury. Depicts a compression of the deep fibular and medial plantar nerves, a compression of the dorsalis pedis and posterior tibialis arteries, disruption and tearing of ligaments, a collapsed arch of the foot, and a non-displaced fracture of the second metatarsal. A dorsal view of the crushed foot is also included to reveal the ligament injuries and foot fracture, otherwise unable to be viewed the side.

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