4 edition of Occult traumatic lesions of the cervical vertebrae found in the catalog.
Occult traumatic lesions of the cervical vertebrae
Martin S. Abel
Bibliography: p. 139-142.
|Statement||by Martin S. Abel.|
|Series||A Monograph in modern concepts of radiology, nuclear medicine and ultrasound|
|LC Classifications||RD531 .A22|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 148 p.|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||76107200|
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Abel, Martin S. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Abel, Martin S., Occult traumatic lesions of the cervical vertebrae. Louis, Mo., W.H. Green . Occult traumatic lesions of the cervical and thoraco-lumbar vertebrae: with an evaluation of the role of C.T.
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OAI identifier: oai: Provided by: PubMed Author: Isaac Goodrich and Matthew R. Moore. Occult traumatic lesions of the cervical vertebrae. Abel MS. The numerous general and special techniques for examination of the cervical spine, with particular reference to the demonstration of occult traumatic lesions will be presented and evaluated.
The advantages and limitations of each technique will be by: 1. Author(s): Abel,Martin S,; Abel,Martin S,Occult traumatic lesions of the cervical vertebrae. Title(s): Occult traumatic lesions of the cervical and.
Occult Traumatic Lesions of the Cervical and Thoraco-Lumbar Vertebrae. With an Occult traumatic lesions of the cervical vertebrae book of the Role of C.T. Reviewed by Isaac Goodrich and Matthew R. Moore. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your passwordAuthor: Robert M.
Klein. A systematic critical literature review. To determine whether occult pathoanatomical lesions in the cervical spine of road traffic fatalities exist and if they can be identified using optimal. Traumatic cervical syndrome is defined as the “biological and neurological consequences for the cervical spine and nervous system caused by neck trauma, and is a syndrome comprising various symptoms of the motor and nervous system but Occult traumatic lesions of the cervical vertebrae book mental, neurological, as well as otological and visual balance dysfunction” [2, 3] (Table 1).
The Cited by: 3. Clinical and Roentgenological Aspects of "Occult" Fractures of the Smaller Elements of the Cervical Vertebrae MARTIN S. ABEL, M.D., San Francisco, California MUCH progress has been made in the roent- genographic examination of the neck since anteroposterior and lateral views were Cited by: There is a possible association of these injuries with fractures of the cervical vertebrae, and occipital condyle fractures are often mistakenly diagnosed as cervical vertebral fractures (11,12).
Conservative treatment of occipital condyle fractures results in good outcomes; the patient becomes free of neck pain, and full range of motion of the segment involved can be regained after three months of by: The numerous general and special techniques for examination of the cervical spine, with particular reference to the demonstration of occult traumatic lesions will be presented and evaluated.
CT: THE JOURNAL. OF COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY ;12; OCCULT OCCIPITAL CONDYLE FRACTURES PRESENTING AS TUMORS ZIAD L. DEEB, MD, WILLIAM E. ROTHFUS, MD, ANDREW L.
GOLDBERG, MD, AND RICHARD H. DAFFNER, MD Occipital condyle fractures can be easily overlooked on plain radiographic examinations of the head and cervical by: Weller SJ, Rossitch E, Malek AM () Detection of vertebral artery injury after cervical spine trauma using magnetic resonance angiography.
J Trauma – PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar Wilberger JE, Maroon JC () Occult posttraumatic cervical ligamentous instability. The five-view standard series is considered the golden standard in the radiographic evaluation of the cervical spine.
Although tho three-view trauma series has proved significantly more accurate than the cross-table lateral view in the emergency evaluation of patients with cervical spine trauma, this series does not deal with questionable by: This view allows for the alternative visualization of the C1/C2 complex with clarity.
It is used as an adjunct to the CTLV and APV for the diagnostic and therapeutic disposition of trauma patients requiring cervical spine radiography. Modified Odontoid View REFERENCES 2. Abel MS: Occult Traumatic Lesions of the Cervical Vertebrae.
by: 2. Clinical and roentgenographic aspects of 'occult' fractures of the smaller elements of the cervical vertebrae, American Journal of Surgery, 97, ABEL, M. Occult Traumatic Lesions of the Cervical by: Publicationdate This review is based on a presentation given by Adam Flanders and adapted for the Radiology Assistant by Robin Smithuis.
Approximately 3 % of patients who present to the emergency department as the result of a motor vehicle accident or fall have a major injury to the cervical spine.
% patients with head injury also have a cervical spine injury. Cervical Spine Trauma: Pearls and Pitfalls Accurate diagnosis of acute cervical spine injury requires cooperation between clinician and radiologist, a reliable and repeatable approach to interpreting cervi-cal spine CT, and the awareness that a patient may have a significant and unstable ligamentous injury despite normal Size: KB.
(MRI) provides evaluation of ligamentous or other soft tissue injuries, disc, spinal cord, occult osseous lesions, and even small haematomas.   Although the prevalence of acute. Occult Spinal Dysraphism by R. Shane Tubbs (Editor), Rod J. Oskouian (Editor), Jeffrey P.
Blount (Editor), W. Jerry Oakes (Editor) $ Buy This volume covers the known details of all subtypes of occult spinal dysraphism in unprecedented detail. This 21 chapter invaluable resource begins with a deep dive into the history and embryology of occult spinal dysraphisms. Following this.
Only a few of these cord lesions enhance with gadolinium Patients with these spinal cord lesions who have an abnormal brain MRI have an 83% chance of being diagnosed with clinically definite MS within 10 years, whereas only 11% of those with a normal brain MRI go on to develop clinically definite MS in 10 years The diagnostic criteria for Cited by: 4.
Multidirectional tomography in cervical spine injury. Lincoln D. Russin M.D. 1 and Faustino C. Guinto Jr. M.D. 1 Find This Book in Your Library Article Information Contributor Notes. Address Occult Traumatic Lesions of the Cervical Vertebrae.
Louis: Warren H Green, Cited by: zUp to 5% of spinal injuries have a second, possibly non adjacent, fracture elsewhere in the spine zIdeally, whole spine should be immobilized in neutral position on a firm surface.
zCan be done manually or with a combination of semi-rigid cervical collar, side head supports, long spine board and Size: 1MB. Abstract. Drawing on experience with over cases of significant cervical spine trauma, we have noted 12 helpful roentgen signs that may serve to direct the physician's attention to such serious underlying changes as fractures and by: Cervical spine fractures are potentially deadly conditions that arise after trauma, exaggerated extension or flexion.
Gravity depends on the location, stability, and pattern of the injury. Cervical Spine Fracture: Read more about Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Complications, Causes and Prognosis. CT Cervical Spine alone with axial slices Cervical Spine Injury.
May someday obviate need for C-Collar or MRI in obtunded patients (follow local guidelines) Patel () J Trauma Acute Care Surg 78(2): [PubMed] Neck angiography indications (CT. Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that causes demyelinization of nerve coverings over parts of the brain and spinal cord 2 3 5.
Multiple sclerosis, or MS, affects women more often than men, and usually occurs between the ages of 20 notes the Merck Manuals Online Medical Library 1 2 inization, which slows or stops nerve impulses, affects the spinal cord in 75 percent.
CT as a three-dimensional imaging modality with the possibility of multiplanar reconstructions allows for the exact diagnosis and exclusion of acute traumatic lesions of the cervical spine, especially in cases of doubtful plain radiographs and when congenital spinal abnormalities like absent cervical spine pedicle with associated spina bifida may insinuate severe by: 3.
dislocation of the cervical spine. Following surgery, the patient recovered without permanent neurologic sequelae. Criteria are suggested for ordering radiographic studies of the cervical spine for victims of trauma.
[Bresler MJ, Rich GH: Occult cervical spine fracture in an ambulatory patient. Ann. CT Cervical Spine alone with axial slices Cervical Spine Injury May someday obviate need for C-Collar or MRI in obtunded patients (follow local guidelines) Patel () J Trauma Acute Care Surg 78(2): [PubMed]. Epidemiology.
Spinal cord cavernomas are rare, representing ~5% of intramedullary lesions in adults and 1% of intramedullary lesions in children Peak presentation is during the fourth decade, which is similar to the peak incidence of cerebral cavernomas s are more commonly affected than males.
Abel MS. Occult traumatic lesions of the cervical vertebrae. CRC Crit Rev Clin Radiol Nucl Med ; Gertzben SD, Barrington TW. Diagnosis of occult fractures and dislocations. Clin Orthop ; Bucholz RW, Burkhead WZ, et al.
Occult cervical spine injuries in fatal traffic accidents. J Trauma ; CONCLUSION: Soft-tissue and intervertebral disk and ligament injuries account for 89% (25 of 28) of posttraumatic cervical spine lesions detected on postmortem images.
Occult lesions, including apophyseal joint injuries, were found in clinically noninjured cervical by: tion method for cervical spine radiogra-phy.
Radiology 4. Poznanski AK () Practical ap-proaches to pediatric radiology. Year Book Medical Publishers, Chicago, pp 21–30 5. Abel MS () Occult traumatic lesions of the cervical and thoraco-lumbar ver-tebrae (with an evaluation of the role of CT).
2nd ed. Warren To compare the findings and motion patterns in the upper cervical spine, 25 whiplash trauma patients with longstanding pain, limb symptoms and loss of balance indicating a problem at the level of.
Download Citation | Clearing the Cervical Spine in Blunt Trauma | This chapter will review the current strategies available to clear the cervical spine (C spine) in the blunt trauma patient. Osteosynthesis is art effective method to achieve stability in an unstable cervical spine resulting from trauma, disc excision, or tumor.
The goals in treating cervical instability are: alignment Cited by:. Intramedullary spinal tumors are rare, representing % of all CNS tumors and less than 10% of all pediatric CNS neoplasms account for 20% of all intraspinal tumors in adults and 35% of all intraspinal tumors in children A long duration of symptoms prior to diagnosis is typical.
In this post I will stick to MS lesions in the cervical cord and disregard lesions of the lower cord such as those seen in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), primary lateral sclerosis, Devic’s Disease (neuromyelitis optica) and others.
I will also ignore the lesions sometimes associated scoliosis and abnormal curvatures of the spine. Cervical spine injuries are the most feared of all spinal injuries because of the potential for serious neurologic sequelae.
Morbidity and mortality related to cervical spine injuries depend on the mechanism of injury and the level of traumatic insult. Greater morbidity results from higher levels of cervical spine injury, with craniocervical junction injuries being associated with the highest.