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Disectomía cervical anterior y fusión de C5-6 - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Cirugía de cuello - Disectomía cervical anterior de C5-6 (disquectomía) y fusión vertebral. Muestra un disco herniado que comprime el saco tecal (duramadre) con la protuberancia ósea en la región de la raíz nerviosa de la espina dorsal. Pasos de la cirugía para cirugía de la espina dorsal: 1. Recolección de un injerto óseo de la cresta ilíaca izquierda; 2. Incisión quirúrgica en la base del cuello; 3. Retiro de material del disco intervertebral herniado y osteofitos; y 4. Colocación del injerto en el espacio intermedio C5-6 para la fusión vertebral
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