L5-S1 Disc Herniation Compressing the Cauda Equina with Bowel and Bladder Dysfunction - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Depicts low back pain resulting from an L5-S1 disc herniation compressing the cauda equina with subsequent bowel and bladder dysfunction. Labels include the cauda equina of the spinal cord, and intervertebral disc herniation at L5-S1. The third illustration demonstrates the resulting bowel and bladder dysfunction caused by the L5-S1 disc herniation. Labels include rectum, uterus, bladder and cauda equina of spinal cord.
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