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10/21/14
C5-6 Cervical Disc Herniation with MRI Interpretation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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C5-6 Cervical Disc Herniation with MRI Interpretation
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C5-6 Cervical Disc Herniation with MRI Interpretation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit shows C5-6 cervical disc herniation with MRI interpretation in a series of illustrations. The first image is an MRI film showing the current condition in an inferior view of C5-6, including a C5-6 disc herniation contacting the ventral margin of the spinal cord. The second image is an illustrative enhancement of the MRI. The third image is an MRI film showing the current condition in a sagittal view of the cervical spine, including a C5-6 disc herniation contacting the ventral margin of the spinal cord. The fourth images is an illustrative interpretation of the second MRI.

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