Staff Neurosurgeon, Emory Clinic;
CNN Chief Medical Correspondent; Exec Prod/Writer of TNT's medical drama Monday Mornings
2835 days ago
this is an xray from the operating room. can you tell what is going on?
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classic case of lupus if you ask me
this is awesome. i am doing a cadaver study on this right now!
Dr. Gupta i just saw your explaination of the xray..i was wondering if there would be any way we can tell C6 was removed just by viewing the xray? or would that be through patient history...
I can see the cervical spines,..with some sort of plate between c5 and c6....
cervical spinal fusion. looks like the CT junction is involved. anterior approach. any traction on the recurrent laryngeal nerve?
Great pic. I had the same fusion at the same level. Cool
Looks like a bone been removed...Decompression?
i was wondering what do you do to fix arnold chiari malformation?
WOW! i would not never know that.
Why is it there are so many injuries with C5 - C6 damage? It seems to be the most common location for back/neck injury I hear about anyway.
yaay! almost right!
Wow that's a pretty cool shot!
No pt identifiers=no HIPAA violation
Interesting and amazing
Amazing Sanjay what they can do now..not like when I/you were young,tyvm for the pic=)
This is an intraop xray of the cervical spine. The bone of c6 was removed and replaced with a graft. then, a plate was placed from c5 to c7
Someone has a thing for very strange lamps.
cervical spinal fusion, intubated patient
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