This graphic includes four illustrations of normal spinal anatomy focusing on the cervical spine. The first is a lateral or sagittal view of the entire spine showing normal vertebra, disc and peripheral nerve anatomy including labels for the cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral areas. The second illustration focuses on the peripheral nerves of the cervical and thoracic regions. The third illustration is a lateral or side view of the cervical spine featuring the vertebra, discs and nerve roots. The fourth and final image is an axial view of a cervical vertebra with associated intervertebral disc, facet joints, spinal cord, and nerve roots. Best used to demonstrate normal cervical anatomy in comparison to traumatic spinal injuries demonstrated in a separate graphic showing the abnormalities post-trauma.
Best used for demand letters or narrative reports in traumatic cervical 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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