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Removal and Replacement of Malfunctioning Spinal Cord Simulator Electrode
Removal and Replacement of Malfunctioning Spinal Cord Simulator Electrode

This stock medical exhibit features the following multiple images: 1. Pre-operative condition with epidural stimulator and leads extending from T8-T11. 2. Surgical incisions into the back. 3. Removal of the malfunctioning generator form the right hip. 4. Removal of the malfunctioning electrodes. 5. Right side laminectomy at T11. 6. Placement of new stimulator electrode paddle at T11-T12. 7. Placement of new generator in the right hip.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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