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Hernia de disco lumbar clásica con intrusión de la raíz nerviosa - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Hernia de disco lumbar clásica con intrusión de la raíz nerviosa - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Dolor de la región lumbar - hernia de disco lumbar clásica. Muestra con exactitud el progreso típico del disco lumbar intervertebral desde una condición normal hasta la aparición de una hernia total en el disco e intrusión de la raíz nerviosa. Muestra la anatomía normal del disco lumbar seguida de tres variaciones de protuberancia y hernias del disco (lateral y posterior). Las estructuras etiquetadas muestran el núcleo pulposo, anillo fibroso, compresión de la raíz nerviosa dorsal, protuberancias del disco, procesos dorsales, duramadre (saco tecal) y compresión del cauda equina.

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