Medical Media Images

Thursday, February 20, 2014

X-Ray Images in Color and 3-D: An X-Ray Image of a Knee Fracture

Medical Media Images presents another X-Ray Image in its series of 3-D Color X-Ray Images.
These Images are first converted to into HD X-Ray Images. Following this process, the Image is converted into Color and 3-D.

This particular Image shows an "Avulsion Fracture of the Tibia". Part of the Tibia Bone has become separated. This type of injury can occur when extreme stress is placed on the Patellar Ligament (kneecap ligament). This Ligament attaches the Patella (kneecap) to the Tibia which is the larger of the two bones of the lower leg. In extreme stress on the Patallar Ligament, the Ligament can be strong enough to pull off the part of the Tibia Bone it is attached to. This Bone Fragment is clearly seen in the X-Ray Image. Also, notice how the Patella is now pulled upward, since it lost its anchoring point on the Tibia Bone.

This Image can be licensed and purchased at our company website www.medicalmediaimages.com.


3-D Color Knee X-Ray showing an Avulsion Fracture of the Tibia
  Avulsion Fracture of the Tibia
 
 
 
The text and image in this blog are Copyright Medical Media Images.

General Disclaimer

Medical Media Images does NOT dispense medical or legal advice. Our images, text and any content cannot be used for diagnosis or treatment of a medical condition. All Images and content are for information purposes only. You must consult with your physician if you need medical advice. Medical Media Images is not a substitute for medical advice.

No comments:

Post a Comment