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T5 Level Spinal Cord Injury
T5 Level Spinal Cord Injury

This medical illustration shows an injury to the T5 level of the spinal cord. A single image shows a male figure from an anterior (frontal) view with the spinal cord, brain and spinal nerves ghosted beneath the skin. A label points to a inflamed area (T5) on the thoracic spine that has been injured. From that point down, a flat blue area is used to demarkate the regions of paralysis from the injury. Label callouts include: brain, spinal cord, major nerves, and bladder.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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