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9/23/20
Injection and Breakdown of Epidural Anesthesia - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Injection and Breakdown of Epidural Anesthesia - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit depicts a thoracic epidural steroid injection with subsequent breakdown of epidural anesthesia in a series of five illustrations. The surgical steps include: A) insertion of needle into the T6 epidural space, B) injection of anesthetic, C) anethetic breaking down over time and/or absorbed, D) absorbed anesthetic travels through liver and kidneys and exits the body as urine and E) additional steroid injection.

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