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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A retrospective case study analysis was done on all the patients who had undergone decompression and/or spinal cord stabilization surgeries for cervical spine trauma from January 2010 through December 2014.
Brodke et al., "Subaxial cervical spine trauma classification: The Subaxial injury classification system and case examples," Neurosurgical Focus, vol.
With increasing severity of cervical spine trauma, the risk of facial injury increased.
We tried to review the recent literature and briefly discuss the management protocols concluded that in our setting, emergency ambulance personnel and Emergency Room doctors should be trained in dealing with all kinds of cervical spine trauma, they should be aware of recent guidelines and should refrain from using steroids routinely.
In the article titled "Fatal Vertebral Artery Injury in Penetrating Cervical Spine Trauma," [1] a Disclosure should be added, and the Conflict of Interests should be corrected as follows.
Velmahos et al., "Vertebral artery injury associated with blunt cervical spine trauma," Spine, vol.
Cervical spine trauma in Klippel-Feil syndrome: Two cases with contrasting outcomes and a review of the literature.
An assessment of early tracheostomy after anterior cervical stabilization in patients with acute cervical spine trauma. J Trauma.
AOSpine Masters Series; Volume 5: Cervical Spine Trauma
Chapters include: Anatomy of the Cervical Spine, Nonoperative Management of Cervical Spine Trauma, and Subaxial Cervical Spine Injuries.
(1) Overall, it appears that cervical spine trauma is the most consistently reported predictor of BCVI.