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Myofascial Sprain/Strain
Myofascial Sprain/Strain

Dramatically depicts acute and chronic myofascial sprain / strain injury. Shows the bones, muscles and fascia of the head, neck and torso, including the trapezius, deltoid and deep shoulder muscles. Displays an acute myofascial condition with torn, swollen muscle tissue and fascia compressing the intramuscular neurovascular elements. The final graphic portrays a chronic condition with post-traumatic scar tissue and muscle swelling causing ongoing aggravation and pain.

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Last Updated: Apr 25th, 2016

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