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Post-accident Cervical Fracture with Surgical Stabilization
Post-accident Cervical Fracture with Surgical Stabilization

This stock medical exhibit depicts multiple surgical steps of the stabilization of a post-accident cervical fracture. Specifically shown in this case are four surgical steps detailing the following: A- A midline incision is made into the posterior neck to expose C1-C4 and the spinous processes are decorticated. B- A complex wiring of the vertebral joints stabilizes the site. C- A separate incision is made to access the pelvis. Bone graft is harvested form the iliac crest. D- Bone graft is packed into place over the posterior elements of C1 and C2.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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