Spinal fracture in diving injury

Spinal fracture in diving injury

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Credit: JEANETTE ENGQVIST/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Spinal fracture in diving injury. Computer illustration showing a fracture of the C3 and C4 cervical vertebra (red) in the neck, caused by diving into shallow water. Diving injuries are a common cause of cervical fractures.

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