subaxial


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sub·ax·i·al

(sŭb-ak'sē-ăl),
Below the axis of the body or any part.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

sub·ax·i·al

(sŭb-ak'sē-ăl)
Below the axis of the body or any part.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

subaxial

(sŭb-ăk′sē-ăl) [″ + axis, axis]
Below an axis.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners
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Study on the anatomical variations and morphometry of foramen transversaria of the subaxial cervical vertebrae.
This evolution of the fluid composition towards rock-buffered conditions at high temperature is in agreement with the more limited circulation of seawater (i.e., low porosity and permeability) near the cracking front of the subaxial magma chamber, as documented by petrographic studies [9].
The Subaxial Cervical Spine Injury Classification and Severity Score (SLIC) and Thoracolumbar Injury Classification and Severity Score (TLICS) were calculated based off original papers by Vaccaro [10,13].
Small clinical series and biomechanical data support their role as a substitute for other posterior stabilization techniques; however, the application of transarticular facet screws in the subaxial cervical spine has not been widely adopted, possibly because of surgeon unfamiliarity with the trajectory.10 After initial description by Roy-Camille, several techniques for LSF have been described11,12, subsequently popularized by Louis and Magerl and more recently by Anderson and Ebraheim.13
Subaxial cervical spine trauma: evaluation and surgical decision-making.
Hematogenous pyogenic facet joint infection of the subaxial cervical spine: a report of two cases and review of the literature.
Complications of posterior articular mass plate fixation of the subaxial cervical spine in 43 consecutive patients.
Chapters include: Anatomy of the Cervical Spine, Nonoperative Management of Cervical Spine Trauma, and Subaxial Cervical Spine Injuries.
Radiographs were reviewed for the following features: loss of cervical lordosis, odontoid process erosion, anterior atlantoaxial subluxation, C1-C2 arthritis, atlantoaxial impaction, inflammation of disc, apophyseal joint arthritis, anterior ankylosis, apophyseal joint ankylosis, anterior and posterior subaxial subluxation and growth disturbances.
Pediatric subaxial cervical spine injuries: Origins, management, and outcome in 51 patients.
Comparative effectiveness of surgical versus nonoperative management of unilateral, nondisplaced, subaxial cervical spine facet fractures without evidence of spinal cord injury.