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Insertion of Intrathecal Baclofen Pump

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This medical exhibit features the following multiple images This exhibit begins with two illustrations describing the trial spinal baclofen injections. The first shows a sagittal view of the spine with a 20 gauge needle inserted at the L1-2 level. Text explains that 75 mcg of baclofen is inserted over a period of one minute, and she did NOT have any appreciable reduction of spasticity. The second shows the needle inserted at the T12-L1 level, and text says 125 mcg is inserted and she did have a reduction of spasticity.
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