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Cervical Spine Illustration

Cervical Spine Illustration

MediVisuals, Inc. specializes in the design and development of medical legal visual exhibits used to support the testimony of medical experts in court. In the past, we have worked with attorneys, paralegals, legal nurse consultants, and expert witnesses, developing visuals to support the arguments of the party concerned. We create custom models and visuals, but also have a reserve of in house anatomical illustrations that can also be useful in illustrating concepts to judge and jury.

For more than 29 years, we have been the nation’s largest medical demonstrative evidence provider, creating demonstrative aids for personal injury, medical malpractice, and product liability cases. If you are an attorney looking for a cervical spine illustration or animation, please contact us to begin with a complimentary consultation.

Our main cervical spine illustration option includes lateral and midsagittal views of the cervical spine and associated anatomy, and provides the necessary visual support in explaining the fragility and complexity of the area for cases involving injuries to the head, neck and back. A purchase of any enlargement includes a complimentary 8.5” x 11” print or digital file at 150dpi, suitable for placement in PowerPoint presentation. Modifications can be made to the exhibit. Simple text changes are complimentary. A quote will be given for specified modifications.

Medical Legal Exhibits

Any MediVisuals pre-created drawings can be turned into animations for medical legal exhibits. We can also design custom animated medical legal exhibits to support your case. You will receive a DVD containing a clean copy of the animation, customized to your specifications, with the client’s case name placed unobtrusively at the bottom of the animation sequences.

For more information, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to providing the visuals that can make the difference in the courtroom.