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5/16/21
Triple Level Cervical Spine Fusion - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Triple Level Cervical Spine Fusion - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Medical exhibit feature five surgical steps of a triple level cervical spine fusion surgery including: A) transverse neck incision, B) discectomy, C) drilling of disc space, D) placement of Depuy allograft and E) fixation of Swift dynamic titanium plate from C4 to C7 vertebra. A lateral post-operative x-ray film is included to demonstrate proper placement of fusion hardware.

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