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11/26/20
Severe Cervical Spine Injuries Resulting in Quadriplegia and Subsequent Repair - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Severe Cervical Spine Injuries Resulting in Quadriplegia and Subsequent Repair - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features multiple injury and surgical views of the spine. The following specifics are shown:rn1. Original condition with multiple cervical injuries and quadriplegia. rn2. Application of traction with incision to expose the spinal fractures.rn3. Decompression of the signal cord.rn4. Stabilization with pedicle screws, rods and bone graft C5-T1.

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