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Cervical Spine Injuries with Anterior Cervical Fusion Surgery
Cervical Spine Injuries with Anterior Cervical Fusion Surgery

This medical exhibit features the following multiple images of of the cervical spine illustrating this patient's pre-operative condition. The straightening of the normal cervical lordosis, disc herniation at C4-5, diffuse spondylitic change with bilateral foraminal stenosis at C5-6, and disc herniation at C6-7 based on the MRI report. Next, multiple steps of the C5-6 anterior fusion surgery, including the right anterior neck incision, discectomy at C5-6, partial corpectomies at C5 & C6, insertion of fibular allograft, and placement of anterior cervical plate.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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