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Post-Accident Condition of Cervical Spine
Post-Accident Condition of Cervical Spine

This exhibit board includes both a sagittal and a lateral color film interpretation of the cervical spine to illustrate the post-accident condition of the client.rnrnOn the left, the sagittal interpretation depicts multiple injuries. These include anterior disc protrusions from C3-4 to C7-T1, a posterior epidural hematoma at C5-6, cord signal change from C4 to T1, and an anterior epidural hematoma from T1 to T2.rnrnOn the right, the lateral interpretation illustrates the bilateral jumped facet at C5-6, as well as the facet hypertrophy on the vertebrae from C3 to C7.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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