5) Transverse atlantal
rupture with C1 tubercle avulsion (Figure 3) is more likely to heal with nonoperative treatment than is a purely ligamentous TAL injury.
satan from the Ranoidea, including distally expanded sacral vertebrae, anterior presacral vertebrae with transverse processes elongate, transverse processes of posterior presacral vertebrae shortened, sacral vertebra with well-developed postzygapophyses, and atlantal
cotyles closely approximated medially, a combination of characters shared by C.
Twenty-eight of these patients had a coexisting elongation of the transverse atlantal
ligament and a malfunction in the contralateral alar ligament.
A slight constriction accommodates the transverse atlantal
Should, for example, the Atlantal
or other smelter project be undertaken, the National Economic Institute estimates that real GDP growth would jump an average of 1 3/4 percentage points over the first three years of construction.
By 1992, construction of the Atlantal
aluminium smelter project is expected to begin, which should boost investment and GDP, as well as imports, over the several years of construction.
Drayer, "Magnetic resonance imaging of the transverse atlantal
ligament forthe evaluation of atlantoaxial instability," Journal of Neurosurgery, vol.
Fusion of separated odontoid process with anterior atlantal
segment of the VA, where it is most vulnerable to injury associated with movement and is the usual site of dissection, is commonly anomalous.
With the appropriate conditions in place, it is reasonable to expect that one of the major development projects, such as the Atlantal
aluminium smelter, with all its attendant spin-off effects, would get underway shortly thereafter.
The OECD Secretariat projection assumes that the Atlantal
aluminium smelter project, currently under negotiation, will begin in 1991.