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cervical spine x-rays and a limited cervical spine CT scan were performed.
A lumbar spine CT, for example, exposes a person to as much radiation as he or she would expect to receive from 65 X-rays.
Studies have shown that cervical spine CT may be effective in excluding significant ligamentous injuries.
These patients should have a cervical spine CT scan obtained at the very least.
Cervical spine CT without contrast medium revealed multiple bullet fragments extending from C6 to TI; comminuted fractures of the left transverse processes of C6, C7, and T1; and a 3-mm bullet fragment inside the spinal canal, against the left inner laminar surface at the level of C6 (Fig 2).
Because the films were insufficient to exclude an unstable cervical spine, a cervical spine CT scan was ordered.
The second study, is retrospective data which included lumbar spine CT scans before and after patients were treated on the DRX9000 that demonstrates possible morphological changes associated with treatment.
The second study is retrospective data which included lumbar spine CT scans before and after patients were treated on the DRX9000 that demonstrates possible morphological changes associated with treatment.
The second, is retrospective data which included lumbar spine CT scans before and after patients were treated on the DRX9000 that demonstrates possible morphological changes associated with treatment.
Data was collected from lumbar spine CT scans taken prior to and after the patients were treated on the DRX9000.
1966); the first to install a high resolution spine CT in San Diego (1980); the first office-based practice to install a multi-slice Spiral CT in San Diego (2000); and now the first to install a Stand-Up(TM) MRI in San Diego (2003).