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From: Delayed post-traumatic spinal cord infarction in an adult after minor head and neck trauma: a case report

Figure 2

Gross view of the anterior spinal cord in the cervical and thoracic spinal canal. On the right side, a normal-appearing spinal cord is localized in the mid-thoracic region. To the left, the cranial portion of the spinal cord is localized from the mid-thoracic to the upper cervical region. A loss of normal structure and complete disintegration of the spinal cord on the left side of the picture indicate necrosis in the upper thoracic and entire cervical spinal cord.

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