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4/17/24

Female Figure with Images and X-Ray Films of Injuries to the Chest, Arm, Pelvis, Leg and Ankle - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Female Figure with Images and X-Ray Films of Injuries to the Chest, Arm, Pelvis, Leg and Ankle - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit depicts widespread traumatic injuries. It features an anterior view of a female with the skeleton visible beneath the skin and boxes corresponding to the areas of injury. There are six artist's interpretations of actual X-rays showing fractures of the left scapula, multiple ribs, left humerus, left ulna, pelvis, and left lower leg.

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