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Progression of the Epidural Hematoma
Progression of the Epidural Hematoma
This Medical exhibit consists of three large illustrations and three insets on a single exhibit. The exhibit depicts three steps in the progression of the epidural hematoma. The first illustration is a sagittal view of the lumbar and lower thoracic spine . This image shows the spine with an epidural hematoma in the early stages from T9 to L4. The blood is illustrated as a light red. Adjacent to thisis an enlarged close up axial view of the spinal cord within the spinal canal. A small amount of blood is depicted within the spinal canal. Barely pressing on cord The second illustration is a sagittal view of the lumbar and lower thoracic spine . This image shows the spine with an epidural hematoma that is beginning to fill the epidural space. The blood is illustrated in a medium red color. Adjacent to this is an enlarged close up axial view of the spinal cord within the spinal canal showing normal anatomy with blood filling the spinal canal. Moderately pressing on cord The third illustration is a sagittal view of the lumbar and lower thoracic spine. This image shows the spine with an epidural hematoma found on . The Image shows the epidural space filled with blood compressing the spinal cord. The blood is illustrated as medium and dark reds. Adjacent is an enlarged close up axial view of the spinal cord on . Blood is shown compressing the spinal cord.
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