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Thoracic Spine Injuries with Surgical Repair
Thoracic Spine Injuries with Surgical Repair

This stock medical exhibit begins with a sagittal view of the lower thoracic spine illustrating the preoperative condition: herniated discs at T9-10 and T10-11 with extruded disc fragments causing severe stenosis. Next, multiple steps of the surgical repair are illustrated, including the back incision, laminotomies/foraminotomies/facetectomies at T9-10 and T10-11, placement of pedicle screws, removal of herniated disc material, and spinal fusion with rods and bone graft.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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