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Courtesy of Intermountain Medical Imaging, Boise,
Idaho. All rights reserved.
The side view of the spine (figure 1) shows the normal position of
the spinal bones. The spinal cord (not visible in this image) follows the path
of the long white arrow. Figure 2 shows shifted spinal bones (short thick
arrow) from a fracture that damaged the spinal cord. This person was paralyzed
after being ejected during an automobile crash while not wearing a seat
ByHealthwise StaffPrimary Medical ReviewerAdam Husney, MD - Family MedicineSpecialist Medical ReviewerHoward Schaff, MD - Diagnostic Radiology
Current as ofFebruary 19, 2016
Current as of:
February 19, 2016
Adam Husney, MD - Family Medicine & Howard Schaff, MD - Diagnostic Radiology
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