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Description: This is a single board exhibit with an orientation view, two pre-operative color film interpretations, and two surgery images.rnrnThe orientation view shows a sagittal view of a male figure and full spine with box outlines around the cervical and thoracic region.rnrnThe top two images address the cervical injuries and surgical correction. The injuries are illustrated with a color film interpretation, emphasizing the large posterior osteophyte complexes at C4-5 and C5-6 and their effects on the spinal cord. The surgery image incorporates the removal of the disc and osteophyte material at C4-5 and C5-6, as well as the insertion of cervical cage implants in each prepared space.rnrnThe bottom two images address the thoracic injuries and... More

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This is a single board exhibit with an orientation view, two pre-operative color film interpretations, and two surgery images.rnrnThe orientation view shows a sagittal view of a male figure and full spine with box outlines around the cervical and thoracic region.rnrnThe top two images address the cervical injuries and surgical correction. The injuries are illustrated with a color film interpretation, emphasizing the large posterior osteophyte complexes at C4-5 and C5-6 and their effects on the spinal cord. The surgery image incorporates the removal of the disc and osteophyte material at C4-5 and C5-6, as well as the insertion of cervical cage implants in each prepared space.rnrnThe bottom two images address the thoracic injuries and surgical correction. The injuries are illustrated with a color film interpretation, emphasizing the fracture through the disc and tissue layers at T9-T10 and the resulting spinal cord hematoma. The surgical image combines the laminectomy at T9-10 and the insertions of bilateral pedicle screws from T7-T12, rods, cross-connectors at T8-9 and T10-11, and bone graft.

Max Image Size: 2880 pixels wide by 1959 pixels high
Cervical and Thoracic Spine Injuries with Spinal Cord Damage


 
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