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Incorrect Cervical Injection with Resulting Complications
Incorrect Cervical Injection with Resulting Complications

Iatrogenic Brain Injury - Incorrect Cervical Injection with Resulting Complications. This custom medical exhibit features correct and incorrect needle injection placement into the layers of the cervical spine. In the incorrect scenario, the needle has been placed too deeply, beyond the epidural space, entering the intrathecal space leading to injection of material directly into the cerebrospinal fluid which circulates to the brain, Actual CT film prints reveal the subsequent brain damage.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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