cervical spine trauma

cervical spine trauma

Orthopedics A traumatic event, especially common in contact sports, resulting in cervical spine injury, see there.
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Chapters include: Anatomy of the Cervical Spine, Nonoperative Management of Cervical Spine Trauma, and Subaxial Cervical Spine Injuries.
The verdict, recorded by coroner Andre Rebello, said: "It's more likely than not that on June 13, 2013, Darren Stephen Taylor sustained cervical spine trauma in a fall from a balcony at 1607 sixth floor Maitreejit Apartments, 30 Inthamara 57, Din Daeng, Bangkok.
Erect Radiographs to assess clinical instability in patients with blunt cervical spine trauma
Cervical spine trauma associated with moderate and severe head injury: incidence, risk factors, and injury characteristics.
Ajani AE, Cooper DJ, Scheinkestel CD, Laidlaw J, Tuxen DV Optimal assessment of cervical spine trauma in critically ill patients: a prospective evaluation.
Although low back and neck pain syndromes can be trauma related, this review will focus on the epidemiology, anatomy, prehospital care, imaging, prevention, and rehabilitation of the many types of cervical spine trauma commonly seen in athletes (Table 1) and will not cover complex cervical spine fractures.
Therefore, all unconscious athletes with a mechanism that may have included a collision or a fall, and conscious athletes with any sign or symptoms suggesting cervical spine trauma, must be treated as if they have a cervical spine injury.
MDCT is faster and more cost effective than plain films for diagnosing cervical spine trauma, providing excellent three-dimensional depictions of displaced fractures and dislocations.
Torg JS: "Epidemiology, Bionmechanics, and Prevention of Cervical Spine Trauma Resulting from Athletics and Recreational Activities," Operative Techniques in Sports Medicine, 1993.
Technique and use of supine oblique views in acute cervical spine trauma.
Are you playing Russian roulette when trying to "clear" the cervical spine trauma after injury using plain radiographs?
22-25) In a study of 319 patients with significant cervical spine trauma (including 261 fractures, 24 bilateral facet dislocations, 22 unilateral facet dislocation, and 12 cases of SCIWORA), 52 patients had a vertebral artery injury diagnosed by MRA.