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2/25/24

Left Tibial Nonunion with Harvest and Placement of Bone Grafts - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Left Tibial Nonunion with Harvest and Placement of Bone Grafts - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
These series of illustrations depicts: a medial incision in the distal leg to expose the tibia, debridement of bone edges, harvest of bone graft from the iliac crest and placement of the bone graft into the nonunion areas in the tibial fracture.

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