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10/22/20
Thoracic and Spinal Injuries with Resulting Paraplegia - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Thoracic and Spinal Injuries with Resulting Paraplegia - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features illustrations depicting a patient's multiple injuries that resulted in paraplegia. The first illustration depicts an anterior skeletal view of the figure and includes facial fractures, rib fractures, contusions and pneumothorax injuries. The second illustration shows a sagittal view of the figure featuring the vertebral fractures at T4-5 and L3 and highlights the resulting bowel, bladder and penile dysfunction. The third illustration pictures a full silhouetted figure from the anterior view and shows the levels of spinal injury that led to the resulting paraplegia.

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