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Description: sustained in a collision. The first image provides an orientation view of a sagittal female figure and highlights the location of the injured discs. The second image shows a superior view of the C4-5 disc bulge while the third illustration shows a superior view of the C5-6 disc bulge. The fourth illustration provides a sagittal view of the injured discs. The fifth illustration features the normal anatomy of a cervical disc and vertebrae from the superior view. The final image provides the sagittal view of the normal anatomy.

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                <p class="full-text"><p>sustained in a collision. The first image provides an orientation view of a sagittal female figure and highlights the location of the injured discs. The second image shows a superior view of the C4-5 disc bulge while the third illustration shows a superior view of the C5-6 disc bulge. The fourth illustration provides a sagittal view of the injured discs. The fifth illustration features the normal anatomy of a cervical disc and vertebrae from the superior view. The final image provides the sagittal view of the normal anatomy.</p>

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Cervical Spine Injuries


 
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