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Malunion of Left Calcaneus with Surgical Fusion
Malunion of Left Calcaneus with Surgical Fusion

This stock medical exhibit features a skeletal view of the left foot and ankle illustrating how a previously noted calcaneus fracture has not fully healed and that subtalar scarring and arthrosis (malunion) has developed since the previous surgeryrnAlso, two to three steps of a fusion and external fixation procedure are shown. Images include harvest of left hip bone graft, subtalar bone graft fusion, placement of calcaneus-talus Steinmann fusion pin, and placement of a multiwire ring fixator.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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