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8/11/20
Lumbar Epidural Injection - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Lumbar Epidural Injection - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Lumbar Epidural Injection. This stock medical exhibit features the following images: 1. Posterior view of a female torso showing the needle placement site in the lower back, 2. A detailed sagittal (cut-away) view of the spine revealing the needle placement between L5 and S1 with injection of anesthesia into the lumbar epidural space.

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