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  July-September 2019 | Vol 10 | Issue  3
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“Water, fat, bone” in the spinal canal-all protective and all indicators of spinal instability
Atul Goel
The presence of more than normal cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) within the spinal canal (syringomyelia) or outside the spinal canal (external syringomyelia) and inside the brainstem (syringobulbia) or ou...
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Klippel–Feil: A constellation of diagnoses, a contemporary presentation, and recent national trends
Peter L Zhou, Gregory W Poorman, Charles Wang, Katherine E Pierce, Cole A Bortz, Haddy Alas, Avery E Brown, Jared C Tishelman, Muhammad Burhan Janjua, Dennis Vasquez-Montes, John Moon, Samantha R Horn, Frank Segreto, Yael U Ihejirika, Bassel G Diebo, Peter Gust Passias
Background: Klippel–Feil syndrome (KFS) includes craniocervical anomalies, low posterior hairline, and brevicollis, with limited cervical range of motion; however, there remains no cons...
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C1:C2 ratio is a potential tool assessing atlas fracture displacement and transverse ligament injury
Peny Lin, Tim Chung-Hsien Chuang, Joseph F Baker
Objectives: The aim of this study was to determine the reliability of a C1:C2 ratio in a cohort of patients with atlas fractures. Second, we aimed to consider the utility of the C1:C2 ratio w...
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