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Médula espinal - Hernia del disco C5-6 con déficit neurológico crónicov - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Médula espinal - Hernia del disco C5-6 con déficit neurológico crónicov - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Lesión de la médula espinal - Hernia del disco C5-6 con dolor crónico. Muestra la lesión y el dolor asociados con la hernia del disco cervical que involucra el impacto a la médula espinal y a la raíz nerviosa. Muestra un impulso desplazándose desde el cuello, a través del plexo braquial e irradiando dolor hacia el brazo y la mano.

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