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Anterior Interbody and Posterolateral Lumbar Fusion - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Anterior Interbody and Posterolateral Lumbar Fusion - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit depicts the post-operative condition of anterior interbody and posterolateral lumbar fusion using two images. The first image is the radiographical representation of the placement of the hardware from the lateral view. The second image is an illustrative interpretation of the radiographic film. Labels clearly notate pedicle screws, fusion rods, bone dowels, crossbars, the sacrum, intervertebral discs, bone grafts, vertebral bodies, and the L1-S1 vertebrae.

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