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4/23/24

Left Ankle Fracture - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Left Ankle Fracture - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Fractured Ankle Bones (Broken Ankle). This exhibit features two anterior side by side comparisons of the bones of the right lower extremities before and after a fracture to the left ankle. This exhibit was specifically designed to show the minimal appearance of a small distal fibular fracture as compared to normal anatomy. Major anatomical elements are labeled and identified.

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