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5/25/20
C3-C7 Cervical Spine Injuries with Injections for Pain Management - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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C3-C7 Cervical Spine Injuries with Injections for Pain Management - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features widespread cervical neck injuries sustained in a collision and pain management techniques utilized to attempt to alleviate the situation. The first illustration provides a sagittal view of the spine from C2-7. The image highlights the multiple disc bulges and herniations found in the region. The second illustration shows a lateral view of the same region of the spine. This image highlights the facet arthrosis found in the same regions of the spine. The third illustration shows a cervical facet nerve block injection at the C5-6 level. The final image shows trigger point injections as a needle is inserted into trigger points in the back and neck muscles.

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