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Jefferson fracture

Modality: X-ray

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Jefferson fracture - “Jefferson fractures typically occur as a result of axial loading of the head. They can be treated conservatively provided the transverse atlantal l...”

Used in the following articles:

  • Jefferson fracture - “Jefferson fracture is the eponymous name given to a burst fracture of C1. It was originally described as a 4 part fracture with double fractures th...”
  • Cervical spine fractures - “Cervical spine fractures can occur secondary to exaggerated flexion or extension, or because of direct trauma or axial loading.The cervical spine i...”

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