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5/28/24

Left Shoulder Fracture and Subsequent Malunion with Eventual Shoulder Replacement Procedure - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Left Shoulder Fracture and Subsequent Malunion with Eventual Shoulder Replacement Procedure - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical illustration reveals multiple images of the left shoulder with fracture, subsequent malunion, and an eventual joint replacement procedure. Images include the following: Initial condition with comminuted fracture of the humeral head, post traumatic deformity and malunion, hemiarthroplasty procedure with incision into the shoulder, removal of the humeral head and replacement with a prosthetic humeral head and stem.

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