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5/22/24

Accident-related Fractures of the Right Patella - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Accident-related Fractures of the Right Patella - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit depicts accident-related fractures of the right patella. The first illustration is that of a right leg with abrasions and swelling. The second illustration shows a detail of the right knee with a comminuted fracture of the right patella with disruption of the extensor mechanism of the right knee. Labels clearly indicate the quadriceps femoris muscles, tendon of rectus femoris muscle, femur, patellar ligament, fibula and tibia.

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