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Progression of Cervical Spine Injuries
Progression of Cervical Spine Injuries

This stock medical exhibit features multiple comparative views of the cervical spine revealing the Progression of Cervical Spine Injuries. Illustrations and actual MRI film prints are combined in this exhibit to show the following: 1- Pre-existing condition with asymptomatic pathology at the C6-7 level of the cervical spine. 3- Subsequent condition with aggravation and rupture of the disc at C6-7 compromising the exiting left side nerve root.

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Last Updated: Jun 21st, 2020

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