Motor vehicle crashes and other traumatic injuries can lead to a straightening of the cervical curve due to injuries of the ligaments, discs and muscles of the cervical spine.
This graphic includes medical illustrations demonstrating the issue of straightening of the neck after trauma. This exhibit also addresses issues of concurrent disc herniation with pre-existing osteoarthritis (often called “degenerative joint disease.”) The final illustrations demonstrate axial views of normal cervical anatomy as a comparison to a disc herniation with resulting radiculopathy.
This graphic is best used for demand letters / narrative reports, mediation, arbitration or trial in cases involving a cervical disc herniation, including those involving an aggravation or exacerbation of pre-existing osteoarthritis.To purchase a single-user perpetual license to this stock image, you must first agree to the terms of service with High Impact and Trial Guides. Please note: the use of this image in any marketing is strictly prohibited and is a violation of the terms. Your agreement to the terms will apply to all future High Impact image purchases. Upon the completion of your purchase, an email will be sent to you containing a download link for a high-resolution TIFF file ready for your immediate use. No physical product will be delivered.
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