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10/1/20
Cervical Spine Injury with Anterior Fusion - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Cervical Spine Injury with Anterior Fusion - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This medical exhibit consists of six images on one exhibit. The first image pictures the pre-operative condition of the cervical spine in a sagittal view. It is based directly on the radiology films.rnThe second image illustrates the initial incision in the neck. The third image depicts the discectomy. The fourth image portrays the insertion of the cage into the disc space. The fifth image shows the placement of the plate. The sixth image is a lateral view of the post-operative condition of the cervical spine which is based directly on the radiology films if they can be provided.

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