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Discectomía lumbar anterior con reemplazo de disco artificial - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Estas ilustraciones médicas muestran una cirugía de discectomía lumbar anterior con reemplazo de disco artificial. Durante este procedimiento, se realiza una incisión en el abdomen bajo y el peritoneo y los contenidos abdominales son retraídos. Después de que los vasos sanguíneos se movilizan para exponer el disco L3-4, el material del disco se retira con un rongeur. Usando un raspador, se prepara el espacio del disco para recibir al disco artificial. La prótesis de disco artificial luego es colocada en el espacio del disco.
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