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MVA with significant C6-7 injury

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Client was involved in a motor vehicle accident. MRI imaging revealed significant fractures with anterior translation of C6 upon C7; traumatic dural laceration at C5 with indriven bone fragment contacting the thecal sac and spinal cord. Client underwent C4-T2 posterior spinal fusion with instrumentation.

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