X-ray of a broken human tibia with screws in place. : Stock Photo
X-ray of a broken human tibia with screws in place. : Stock Photo
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X-ray of a broken human tibia with screws in place.

The tibia is the larger of the leg bones and is the longest bone of the skeleton excepting the femur. The adjacent thinner bone is the fibula.
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