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Cervical fracture-dislocation with spinal cord injury: MRI

MRI of cervical fracture-dislocation with cord injury

Nelson Morales, Neurosurgeon, Colombia

Type III odontoid peg (C2) fracture - Open Mouth view

Type III dens fracture - open mouth view

Ben Hickey

Type III odontoid peg (C2) fracture - Lateral X-ray

Type III dens fracture - lateral

Ben Hickey

Type III odontoid peg (C2) fracture - CT Sagittal Reformat

Type III dens fracture - CT sagittal reformat

Ben Hickey

Type III odontoid peg (C2) fracture - CT Axial

Type III dens fracture - CT axial view

Ben Hickey

Paediatric C2 fracture-dislocation

Paediatric C2 fracture dislocation (X-ray)

Dr Setthabutr Eaupanitcharoen, M.D. Trauma Division,Department of Surgery, Maharat Nakornratchasima Hospital, Nakornratchasima, Thailand


Initial Assessment of Spinal Injury

Spinal injury assessment and clearance

, April 01, 2002


The diagnosis of an unstable spinal injury and its subsequent management can be difficult, and a missed spine injury can have devastating long-term consequences. Spinal column injury must therefore…

Anesthesia for Cervical Spine Injury

Anaesthetic Techniques for cervical spine injury

, November 25, 2006

Georges Desjardins, MD FRCPC
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
University of Miami, Miami, FL


Anesthesiologists are often involved in the initial resuscitation and management of trauma victims with possible cervical…

Case Presentations

C-spine fractures following falls in older patients

The importance of history taking and clinical suspicion

Ben Hickey, October 05, 2008

This case highlights the importance of the history and high index of suspicion of c-spine fracture older patients following falls.

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