Lumbar or Thoracic Compression Fractures - Medical Exhibits for Injury Cases July 09 2019
Lumbar or Thoracic Compression Fractures - Medical Exhibits for Injury Cases provided by Stock Trial Exhibits available for instant download used for settlement, mediation or trial. Fractures of lumbar vertebrae can occur in the setting of either severe trauma or pathologic weakening of the bone. Compression fractures of the spine usually occur at the bottom part of the thoracic spine (T11 and T12) and the first vertebra of the lumbar spine (L1). L1 Compression fractures of the spine as shown in this exhibit generally occur from too much pressure on the vertebral body.
This medical exhibit from stocktrialexhibits.com depicts an L1 vertebral compression fracture in a close up view, showing details of the vertebra fracture injury with compression of the vertebral body and shifting of the vertebral column resulting from the injury. A detailed medical illustration of the L1 vertebral compression fracture in the lateral view, shown with descriptive labels of anatomy and injury.
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