arterial dissection: spectrum of imaging findings and differential diagnosis.
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24) Frequently, diffuse or focal leptomeningeal enhancement (predominantly involving the basilar cisterns, craniocervical
junction, or pericallosal regions) is seen on postcontrast gadolinium images (25,26) (Figures 11,12).
arterial dissections as sequelae of chiropractic manipulation: patterns of injury and management.
orientation affects muscle activation when exercising the cervical extensors in healthy subjects.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain and spinal cord revealed extensive cord swelling between the craniocervical
junction and Til (Fig.
Musculoskeletal evaluation: Addresses possible contributing factors of the craniocervical
complex and cervical spine to post-concussive symptoms, including headaches and dizziness.
New chapters have been added on the anatomy, craniocervical
junction, and the management of major vascular hemorrhage.
3) Attenuated flow is often noted between the suboccipital subarachnoid space and the craniocervical
junction, which improves after craniotomy.
Myelopathy by lesions of the craniocervical
junction in a patient with Forestier Disease.
Falla DL, Jull GA, Hodges PW (2004) Patients with neck pain demonstrate reduced electromyographic activity of the deep cervical flexor muscles during performance of the craniocervical
motion during direct laryngoscopy and orotracheal intubation with the Macintosh and Miller blades: an in vivo cinefluoroscopic study.