This graphic includes four illustrations of normal spinal anatomy. The first is a lateral or sagittal view of the spine showing normal vertebra, disc and spinal cord anatomy. The three additional illustrations are axial views of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar vertebra as well as the sacrum with associated intervertebral discs, spinal cord, and nerve roots. Best used to demonstrate a normal lumber spine in comparison to traumatic spinal injuries demonstrated in another graphic showing the abnormalities after trauma.
Best used for demand letters or narrative reports in traumatic spinal injury cases as well as for use in mediation, arbitration or trial for traumatic spinal injuries as an example of the anatomy before injury.
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