Open Reduction & Internal Fixation of Right Femoral Fracture with Intramedullary Nail & Screws - Print Quality Instant Download
The exhibit illustrates the open reduction & internal fixation of the right knee to treat a mid-shaft femoral fracture. A guidewire is placed in the knee to ream the intramedullary canal. With the aid of an alignment device, a retrograde nail is impacted into the right femur. Finally distal and proximal locking screws are screwed into place to stabilize the nail and complete the procedure.
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