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Bimalleolar Left Ankle Fracture Dislocation with Surgical Fixation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
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.
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