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Acute Cervical Spine Injuries
Acute Cervical Spine Injuries

This exhibit features one lateral (side) skeletal view of the cervical spine. This image clearly illustrates various cervical spine injuries. The lateral view provides a clear view of the fractures at C5 including fractures of the body extending back into the posterior elements. The sagittal (side cut-away) window within the lateral view reveals displacement at the fracture sites, retropulsion of the fracture fragments, impingement on the cord and associated hemorrhage in the spinal canal.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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