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L1 Wedge Compression Fracture
L1 Wedge Compression Fracture

This medical exhibit features one large sagittal view of the lumbar spine. The focus of this image shows the wedge compression fracture of the L1 vertebrae with 15% loss of vertebral body height. This image is specifically based on the actual post-accident film. Also, a small inset shows the L1 wedge compression fracture from the anterior view allowing the viewer to appreciate the fact that the fracture is worse on the left than right. rn

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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