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11/24/20
Lumbar Spine Injuries with Surgical Fusions - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Lumbar Spine Injuries with Surgical Fusions - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This is a single exhibit that includes a pre-operative section, a lateral surgical section, and a posterior surgical section.rnrnThe pre-operative section includes the film and film interpretation of a sagittal view of the lumbar spine. Depicted are the disc bulges at L2-3 and L3-4.rnrnThe top half of the exhibit illustrates the lateral surgery. There is an orientation figure to show where the surgery is taking place, Then there are three steps shown, including the incision and placement f the dilator instrument, the removal of the disc material from L2-3, and the insertion of an implant into the prepared space at L2-3.rnrnThe bottom half of the exhibit illustrates the posterior surgical steps. There is another figure in posterior view illustrating where the surgery is taking place. Then there are two images, one of the bilateral incisions and insertions of the pedical screws and then the use of a sextant to insert the bilateral spinal rods through the screw heads, to demonstrate the surgical steps undergone.

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