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Multiple Traumatic Injuries
This exhibit begins with one full body portrait revealing the skeletal anatomy shown transparently beneath the skin and showing the lungs within the ribcage. This image provides an overall orientation to the various injuries revealing the fractures of the right forearm, right distal femur and patella, right ankle and left tibial plateau, as well as the fracture of the right 2nd rib and underlying small pneumothorax. Four detailed enlargements reveal the major fractures in greater detail. 1. Anterior skeletal view of the right forearm revealing the midshaft fractures of the ulna and radius. 2. Anterior skeletal view of the right upper leg and knee revealing the fractures of the distal femur and patella. 3. Anterior skeletal view of the left knee revealing the tibial plateau fracture. 4. Anterior skeletal view of the right ankle revealing the fractures of the distal tibia and fibula.