Items tagged “cervical spine”

19 results found
Case

Cervical rib

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Hani Salam
Published 03 Oct 2010
50% complete
X-ray
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Bilateral facet dislocation

 Diagnosis certain
Gerry Gardner
Published 09 Jun 2011
83% complete
X-rayCT
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Bilateral cervical locked facets

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Chris O'Donnell
Published 22 Jan 2013
89% complete
CT
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Flexion tear drop fracture and cord injury

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Ahmed Abd Rabou
Published 19 Apr 2013
77% complete
MRI
Article

Vertebral artery

The vertebral arteries (VA) are paired arteries, each arising from the respective subclavian artery and ascending in the neck to supply the posterior fossa and occipital lobes, as well as provide segmental vertebral and spinal column blood supply. Summary origin: branches off the 1st part of t...
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Rheumatoid arthritis of cervical spine

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Ahmed Abd Rabou
Published 06 Aug 2013
80% complete
MRI
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Congenital C5-C6 vertebral fusion

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Ahmed Abd Rabou
Published 08 Aug 2013
69% complete
X-ray
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Bilateral cervical ribs

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Henry Knipe
Published 12 Nov 2013
92% complete
CT
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Displaced C7 spinous process (clay-shoveler) fracture

 Diagnosis certain
Jack Ren
Published 30 Jun 2014
74% complete
CTMRI
Article

Cervical spine ligaments

Cervical spine ligaments ordered from anterior to posterior include: anterior longitudinal ligament (ALL) anterior atlanto-occipital membrane apical ligament alar ligaments (paired) cruciate ligament of the atlas longitudinal band: joins the body of the axis to the foramen magnum transver...
Article

Vertebra prominens (C7)

C7, also called vertebra prominens, is the seventh cervical vertebra and looks like vertebrae C3-C6, but has some distinct features making it an atypical vertebrae. The name vertebra prominens arises from its long spinous process, which is easily palpable.  Gross anatomy C7 possesses the stand...
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C2 fracture

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Dayu Gai
Published 20 Feb 2015
95% complete
CT
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Closed mouth odontoid AP view (Fuchs view)

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Matt A. Morgan
Published 04 Jun 2015
63% complete
X-rayDiagram
Article

Cervical spine (Fuchs view)

The closed mouth odontoid AP view (Fuchs view)​ is a nonangled AP radiograph of C1 and C2. This view focuses primarily on the odontoid process. The standard Fuchs view should not be used in a trauma setting and the modified Fuchs view may be used instead. Patient position patient is supine or ...
Case

Epidural abscess of the cervical spine

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Andrew Van
Published 15 May 2016
77% complete
CT
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Jefferson fracture

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Mostafa Mahmoud El Feky
Published 25 Mar 2017
71% complete
CT
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Posterior ponticle - illustration

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Matt Skalski
Published 11 Apr 2017
41% complete
Diagram
Article

NEXUS criteria

NEXUS (National Emergency X-Radiography Utilization Study) is a set of validated criteria used to decide which trauma patients do not require cervical spine imaging. Trauma patients who do not require cervical spine imaging: alert and stable no focal neurologic deficit no altered level of co...
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Canadian C-spine rules

Canadian C-spine rules are a set of guidelines that help a clinician decide if cervical spine imaging is not appropriate for a trauma patient in the emergency department. The patient must be alert and stable. There are three rules: is there any high-risk factor present that requires cervical s...

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