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Spinal Cord Stimulator to Treat Continued Cervical Pain
Spinal Cord Stimulator to Treat Continued Cervical Pain

This panel of illustrations shows the implant of a trial spinal cord stimulator and then replaced with a permanent spinal cord stimulator. Two octrode neurostimulator wires are inserted at the T1-2 level and guided up to the C3, and C2 levels. The permanent implant version shows a paddle type spinal cord stimulator inserted through C4-5 and guided up to C2.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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