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Best Stock Medical Illustrations in 2020 for Settlement, Mediation or Trial January 17 2020

The Best Stock Medical Illustrations online database in 2020 for Settlement, Mediation or Trial from stocktrialexhibits.com. High quality, reusable trial exhibits for all types of personal injury and medical malpractice cases. Clear, concise and medically accurate trial exhibits can be ordered quickly and easily online from stocktrialexhibits.com and downloaded instantly as a digital file or you can have color prints or trial-sized exhibits printed and shipped right to your office or home.

Best Disc Herniation Trial Exhibits and Medical Illustrations in 2020 January 13 2020

Purchase the Best Disc Herniation Trial Exhibits and Medical Illustrations in 2020 from the #1 online resource: stocktrialexhibits.com. Herniated discs can occur in any part of the spine. Herniated discs are more common in the lower back (lumbar spine), but also occur in the neck (cervical spine). The area in which pain is experienced depends on what part of the spine is affected.

Spinal Cord Stimulator - Trial Exhibit for Personal Injury Cases March 19 2019

Spinal Cord Stimulator Implantation - Trial exhibit for personal injury cases to use for settlement, mediation or trial presentation. This trial exhibit depicts the implantation of a Spinal Cord Stimulator into the lumbar spine of a male patient in the posterior view with descriptive labels of anatomy and device. The trial exhibit also shows a close up view of the postoperative result of the implanted spinal cord stimulator showing function of how the electrical current from the leads mask the pain signals from the lumbar spine.


L5-S1 Epidural Injection of Lumbar Spine Trial Exhibits for Injury Cases.. October 03 2018

L5-S1 Epidural Injection of Lumbar Spine Medical Exhibits for Settlement and Trial Presentation of Personal Injury Cases only from: www.stocktrialexhibits.com  This medical exhibit depicts an L5-S1 lumbar epidural steroid injection on a male patient for pain management treatment of L5-S1 lumbar disc injury. This lumbar spine injury can be caused by a disc bulge, disc herniation or residual L5-S1 radiculopathy injuries causing pain.