subaxial


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sub·ax·i·al

(sŭb-ak'sē-ăl),
Below the axis of the body or any part.

sub·ax·i·al

(sŭb-ak'sē-ăl)
Below the axis of the body or any part.

subaxial

(sŭb-ăk′sē-ăl) [″ + axis, axis]
Below an axis.
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Chapters include: Anatomy of the Cervical Spine, Nonoperative Management of Cervical Spine Trauma, and Subaxial Cervical Spine Injuries.
Pediatric subaxial cervical spine injuries: Origins, management, and outcome in 51 patients.
For access to the airway, the facemask should be removed with the helmet and shoulder pads left in place, as removing the helmet has been shown to increase the lordosis of the subaxial spine in immobilized hockey players.
Surgery for acute subaxial traumatic central cord syndrome without fracture or dislocation.
Ventral Approaches to the subaxial spine Schlenk 3:20 p.
Since IB measures bonding between fibers in the subaxial direction, bond strength depends more on interfiber bonds between lignin and other wood components.
The neurocentral joints of Luschka and the intervertebral disks are also functional components of the subaxial motion segments.
The major subaxial ligaments include the anterior and posterior longitudinal ligaments and the posterior ligamentous complex (PLC).
The subaxial cervical spine, where most fusion procedures are performed, is bordered by a highly mobile upper cervical region that provides nearly half of all cervical motion.
Each segment of the subaxial spine allows for coupled rotation and lateral bending, due to the unique shape of the uncovertebral articulation and facet joints, which further increases the functional range of cervical motion.
The majority of spinal involvement in patients with SLE occurs in the upper cervical spine, but can involve the subaxial spine as well.