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Spine Injury - Compression Fracture of the T12 Vertebral Body

Spine Injury - Compression Fracture of the T12 Vertebral Body
 

Spine Injury - Compression Fracture of the T12 Vertebral Body
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Title: Spine Injury - Compression Fracture of the T12 Vertebral Body
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Image Description:  Spine Injury - Compression Fracture of the T12 Vertebral Body. Displays a thoracic vertebra (T12) compression fracture with loss of anterior vertebral body height. Also illustrates the vertebral body fracture in relation to the posterior spinal structures, including the spinal cord and other neural elements. May be customized by editing labels, or by combining artwork with graphics from our 15,000 image library.

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