Motor Vehicle Accident
Cervical and Lumbar Spines
Personal injury attorney Ron Rosenkranz of Finkelstein & Partners, LLP reached out to TTS for assistance in demonstrating his client’s cervical and lumbar spine injuries, along with the surgical repair of the lumbar spine injuries. His client sustained these injuries in a motor vehicle collision after the defendant failed to yield the right of way.
Surgical illustration demonstrating the components of the L3-5 decompression surgery. 1. Incision; L4 laminectomy. 2. Removal of the herniated L4-5 disc material. 3. Laminectomy at the L3 level. 4. Removal of the herniated disc material at the L3-4 level.
MRI injury illustration showing the C3-4, C4-5, C5-6 osteophytic ridging resulting in spinal canal compromise, as well as the C3-4, C4-5, C5-6, C6-7 disc osteophyte complex and C7-T1 disc bulge.
MRI injury illustration showing the herniated nucleus pulposus at L4-L5, multiple bulging lumbar discs, and lumbar spinal stenosis.