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Traumatic Injuries and Conditions Following Train Wreck - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This is a single custom exhibit board that includes a full representational figure of the client and several insets illustrating the various conditions of different sites at different dates.
The figure is of the anterior of an elderly man in jeans and the overlay of a stock skeleton image. There are pain flares at the sites that correspond to the surrounding insets of the damages.
The first inset is a film interpretation of the condition of the cervical spine and the four dates of the subsequent injections.
The second inset is the posterior of the right shoulder. It includes the injuries of a paralabral cyst, a superior labral tear, and a rotator cuff tear, as well as a label indicating injections.
The third inset is an image depicting the normal inner anatomy of a left ear with the major structures labelled and a label to indicate the injuries to the ear.
The fourth set in the bottom right are images of the anterior left shoulder. The top image shows the pre-operative condition of the left shoulder with subacromial impingement, AC joint arthropathy and a bone spur, and a rotator cuff tear. The second image shows the post-operative condition of the left shoulder with a subacromial decompression, suturing of the rotator cuff tear, and suturing of a bicep tenodesis.
The fifth set includes a pre- and post-operative condition image of the lumbar spine. The preoperative is a film interpretation with five dates of injections from L3 to S3. The post-operative is a film interpretation of the later discography procedure with disc decompression at L4-5 and L5-S1 and fusion instrumentation.
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Santa Monica, CA
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anatomical models, and interactive presentations) for use during legal
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