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Cervical Spine Injuries with Surgical Fixation
Cervical Spine Injuries with Surgical Fixation

The reversal of the cervical lordosis is dramatic in this case and can be observed in the MRI film. Also depicted are disc herniations at C5-6 and C6-7. Surgical repair is performed to remove the disc herniations. A Carbon-fiber lordotic cage packed with moralized autograft and allograft is inserted into the C5-6 intervertebral space and another at C6-7.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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