Lumbar Injuries

Sagittal and axial views of thoracic and lumbardisc protrusions.


Sagittal and axial views of thoracic and lumbardisc protrusions.

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Topic category and keywords: amicus,injury,injuries,lumbar,parasagittal,T12-L1,L4-5,L5-S1,disc,bulge,herniation,axial,canal,sac,bulging.
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