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Lumbo-sacral Spine Injury and Epidural Steroid Injection
Lumbo-sacral Spine Injury and Epidural Steroid Injection

This stock medical exhibit portrays an annular tear of the L5-S1 disc with an epidural steroid injection. The exhibit begins with an orientation illustration that shows pain in the lower back. The second illustration is a sagittal view of the lumbosacral spine with disc displacement at L5-S1. The third illustration is a superior view of the L5-S1 disc with an annular tear. The fourth illustration shows a male figure receiving an injection at L5-S1. The fifth illustration is a sagittal cutaway view of steroid injection at L5-S1.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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