prevertebral


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pre·ver·te·bral

(prē-ver'tĕ-brăl),
Anterior to the body of a vertebra or of the vertebral column; denoting especially the deepest layer of deep cervical fascia and the muscles on the anterior aspect of the vertebral column.

prevertebral

/pre·ver·te·bral/ (-ver´tĕ-bral) anterior to a vertebra or vertebrae.

prevertebral

(prē-vĕr′tē-brăl) [L. prae, before, in front of, + vertebra, vertebra]
In front of a vertebra.

prevertebral

ventral to a vertebra.
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Acute prevertebral calcific tendinitis: a source of non-surgical acute cervical pain.
Key imaging features of DISH Key imaging features * Flowing hyperostosis * Preservation of disc spaces * Preservation of facet joints (no arthrosis or ankylosis) * Displacement or compression of prevertebral soft-tissues and airway
6 x 2-cm irregular enhancing vascular mass at the level of the thoracic inlet with surrounding edema in the prevertebral tissues.
They were predominantly located in the prevertebral regions with extension into the neural foramina bilaterally at the level of C1, C2, causing minimal cord compression at this level.
Differential diagnoses for secondary extension into the RPS include direct extension from squamous cell carcinoma, tortuous carotid artery, lipoma, hemangioma, diskitis and osteomyelitis from the prevertebral space.
11) Another mechanism is the role of Batson's plexus, a prevertebral venous network without valves, that authorizes the retrograde direction of crossing of tumor cells towards the face from lungs.
Acute calcific longus colli tendonitis (ACLCT) is an inflammatory response of the prevertebral neck musculature due to pathognomonic calcium hydroxapatite deposition in the longus colli tendon at the vertebral body level of C1-C2.
Se registraron 1,27% de complicaciones intra-operatorias, correspondientes a 2 casos de lesion de vaina radicular y 2 casos de lesion arterial prevertebral resueltos espontaneamente.
Tools used by radiologists were X-rays to look for prevertebral
It is divide into 4 segments--The Prevertebral (V1) segment, Vertebral (V2) segment, atlantooccipital (V3) segment, Intracranial (V4) segment.
ABSTRACTObjective: To evaluate the characterization of normal prevertebral soft tissue width of cervicothoracic region using magnetic resonance images.
We herein report a rare case of cervical actinomycosis with paravertebral abscess and spondylitis of the sixth cervical vertebra associated with Actinomyces meyeri isolation from blood and prevertebral pus cultures in an adult immunocompetent male patient.