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Cervical Spine Fractures with Posterior Spinal Fusion
Cervical Spine Fractures with Posterior Spinal Fusion

This stock medical exhibit begins with one large skeletal view of the cervical spine illustrating the post-accident condition. This image clearly reveals the fracture of the anterior aspect of the C6 vertebral body, as well as the lateral mass of C2. Next, two steps of the posterior cervical fusion procedure are shown, revealing the incision and placement of bilateral pedicle screws and rods. Finally, one additional skeletal from the lateral aspect shows the fixation hardware in place stabilizing the cervical spine. rn

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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