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Description: This is a completely custom exhibit that discusses both the post-accident condition of the occipital lobe of the skull and the post-accident and subsequent conditions of the lumbar spine.

The top of the board shows the skull fracture in three views: one lateral for orientation, one inferiorly to show the are of the injury, and the third a zoomed in version of the inferior view clearly showing the non-displaced oblique fracture of the occipital condyle.

The second half of the board shows the multiple stages of the lumbar spine’s condition. The first image shows a figure with a flare at the area of injury. The second shows the pre-operative condition as a film interpretation with the disc bulge at L4-5. The next two film... More

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This is a completely custom exhibit that discusses both the post-accident condition of the occipital lobe of the skull and the post-accident and subsequent conditions of the lumbar spine.

The top of the board shows the skull fracture in three views: one lateral for orientation, one inferiorly to show the are of the injury, and the third a zoomed in version of the inferior view clearly showing the non-displaced oblique fracture of the occipital condyle.

The second half of the board shows the multiple stages of the lumbar spine’s condition. The first image shows a figure with a flare at the area of injury. The second shows the pre-operative condition as a film interpretation with the disc bulge at L4-5. The next two film interpretations show the lumbar spine first with just the anterior hardware put in place and the second showing the full hardware, anterior and posterior, in place.

Max Image Size: 2880 pixels wide by 2160 pixels high
Spinal Injuries


 
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