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10/24/20
Discograma lumbar con diagnóstico de disco L4-5 herniado - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Discograma lumbar con diagnóstico de disco L4-5 herniado
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Discograma lumbar con diagnóstico de disco L4-5 herniado - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta serie de ilustraciones médicas muestra un disco lumbar herniado y un procedimiento de diagnóstico por discograma para evaluar el nivel de lesión. Los dibujos muestran los siguientes pasos: 1. Las agujas de discografía se colocan en los discos invertebrales (discos) en la espina lumbar; 2. Se introduce una aguja en el núcleo pulposo del disco invertebral L4-5; 3. Se inyecta el medio de contraste para recrear el dolor por pinzamiento en el nervio espinal. La última imagen muestra un discograma que refleja la posición de los nervios, identificando el nivel de lesión.

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