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Low back Injuries with L4-5 Decompression and Fusion Surgeries
Low back Injuries with L4-5 Decompression and Fusion Surgeries

This stock medical exhibit features multiple injury and surgical views of the low back. The following specifics are shown:rn1. Original condition with L4-5 disc protrusion, annular tear and stenosis.rn2. Anterior surgical incision with exposure of the lumbar spine.rn3. Decompression and fusion with inter body cage and bone graft.rn4. Posterior surgical incision with bilateral incisions and placement of pedicle screws and rods.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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