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Post-traumatic Degeneration Joint Disease with Total Knee Replacement Surgery
This stock medical exhibit begins with one skeletal view of the right knee illustrating the pre-operative condition. It is clear that the articular surfaces are breaking down due to severe degenerative joint disease.rnrnNext, multiple steps of the total knee arthroplasty are illustrated. These images include the creation of an incision into the knee, resection of the distal femur and the proximal tibia.rnrnFinally, one additional skeletal view is included illustrating the post-operative condition with the total knee hardware in place.