Loading…
skip to main content
Lumbar and Pelvic Injuries with Right Sacroiliac Joint Injection
Lumbar and Pelvic Injuries with Right Sacroiliac Joint Injection

This stock medical exhibit features anterior and posterolateral oblique views of the lumbar spine and pelvis revealing the various pathologies in this region. This image clearly reveals degenerative disc disease at L3-4 and L4-5, moderate facet arthropathy at L5-S1 and the inflammation of the right sacroiliac joint. These pathologies are highlighted with red to represent the resulting pain from these conditions.rnrnAlso, an additional surgical view of this region shows the gloved hands of the doctor inserting a needle into the right sacroiliac region to demonstrate a sacroiliac joint injection.

exh73656c

Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

Keywords

Nucleus Medical Media Disclaimer of Medical and Legal Liability

Nucleus Medical Media ("Nucleus") does not dispense medical or legal advice, and the text, illustrations, photographs, animations and other information ("Content") available on this web site is for general information purposes only. As with any medical or legal issue, it is up to you to consult a physician or attorney for professional advice. YOU SHOULD NOT DISREGARD PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL OR LEGAL ADVICE BASED ON CONTENT CONTAINED ON THIS WEB SITE, NOR SHOULD YOU RELY ON THE CONTENT ON THIS WEB SITE IN PLACE OF PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL OR LEGAL ADVICE.

NUCLEUS DISCLAIMS ALL RESPONSIBILITY AND LIABILITY FOR ANY COUNSEL, ADVICE, TREATMENT, DIAGNOSIS OR ANY MEDICAL, LEGAL OR OTHER INFORMATION, SERVICES OR PRODUCTS THAT YOU OBTAIN BASED ON VIEWING THE CONTENT OF THIS SITE. THE INFORMATION ON THIS WEB SITE SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED COMPLETE OR SUITABLE FOR ANY PURPOSE WHATSOEVER.

Mature Content Disclaimer: Certain Content on this web site contains graphic depictions or descriptions of medical information, which may be offensive to some viewers. Nucleus, its licensors, and its suppliers disclaim all responsibility for such materials.

close