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Description: This exhibit begins with one illustration providing a direct interpretation of one of the film revealing the T11 fracture site. This image gives a detailed view of the burst fracture of the T11 vertebral body with retropulsion of the fracture fragments back into the spinal canal causing a complete transection of the spinal cord.rnrnAlso, one full body silhouette view of a male figure shows the brain, spinal cord and major nerves coursing down into the legs. This image reveals the paraplegia in this case with a bright flash of red shown over the spinal cord at T11 symbolizing the level of the cord injury. All regions of the body beneath this injury is shaded in a blue color including the pelvis and both legs to symbolize the paralysis... More

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This exhibit begins with one illustration providing a direct interpretation of one of the film revealing the T11 fracture site. This image gives a detailed view of the burst fracture of the T11 vertebral body with retropulsion of the fracture fragments back into the spinal canal causing a complete transection of the spinal cord.rnrnAlso, one full body silhouette view of a male figure shows the brain, spinal cord and major nerves coursing down into the legs. This image reveals the paraplegia in this case with a bright flash of red shown over the spinal cord at T11 symbolizing the level of the cord injury. All regions of the body beneath this injury is shaded in a blue color including the pelvis and both legs to symbolize the paralysis caused by this traumatic injury.

Max Image Size: 2880 pixels wide by 2160 pixels high
T11 Fracture/Dislocation with Resulting Paraplegia


 
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