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Case 7.2.2 Muscle ruptures lower extremity lower leg


Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Peroneal muscle rupture
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Small distal gastrocnemius muscle rupture (tennis leg)
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Distal gastrocnemius rupture
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Medial gastrocnemius rupture
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Distal gastrocnemius muscle rupture (avulsion) with hematoma
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Gastrocnemius rupture (tennis leg) with a hematoma between the gastrocnemius and soleus muscle
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Gastrocnemius avulsion and a huge hematoma in a patient under anticoagulant therapy
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Distal medial gastrocnemius rupture and a large hematoma
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Distal gastrocnemius muscle rupture (avulsion) with hematoma
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Very small distal gastrocnemius muscle rupture (avulsion) with small hematoma
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Two weeks old distal gastrocnemius muscle rupture during healing
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
A few weeks old distal gastrocnemius muscle rupture during healing
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Full thickness distal gastrocnemius muscle rupture with retraction
Case of the month June 2009: Complications of gastrocnemius muscle ruptures:
Deep venous thrombosis and a medial gastrocnemius rupture
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Soleus muscle rupture
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Small intramuscular rupture in the soleus muscle in a marathon athlete
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Rupture of the musculotendinous junction of the soleus muscle and achilles tendon
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Stab injury of the extensor hallucis longus muscle
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Peroneal muscle rupture
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Small distal gastrocnemius muscle rupture (tennis leg)
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Distal gastrocnemius rupture
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Medial gastrocnemius rupture
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Distal gastrocnemius muscle rupture (avulsion) with hematoma
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Gastrocnemius rupture (tennis leg) with a hematoma between the gastrocnemius and soleus muscle
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Gastrocnemius avulsion and a huge hematoma in a patient under anticoagulant therapy
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Distal medial gastrocnemius rupture and a large hematoma
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Distal gastrocnemius muscle rupture (avulsion) with hematoma
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Very small distal gastrocnemius muscle rupture (avulsion) with small hematoma
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Two weeks old distal gastrocnemius muscle rupture during healing
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
A few weeks old distal gastrocnemius muscle rupture during healing
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Full thickness distal gastrocnemius muscle rupture with retraction
Case of the month June 2009: Complications of gastrocnemius muscle ruptures:
Deep venous thrombosis and a medial gastrocnemius rupture
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Soleus muscle rupture
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Small intramuscular rupture in the soleus muscle in a marathon athlete
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Rupture of the musculotendinous junction of the soleus muscle and achilles tendon
Lower extremity: Lower leg:
Stab injury of the extensor hallucis longus muscle
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