Cervical Spine                                                      

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      - Management of the Spine Injured Patient:
      - Physical Exam of the Cervical Spine:
      - Radiology of the Cervical Spine: (Clearance of the CSpine in Trauma Patients)
      - Spine Menu:
      - Anesthesia in the Spinal Cord Injured Patient:

     - AP of Spine
     - Ankylosing Spondylitis
     - Anterior Approach to the Cervical Spine
     - Anterior Arthrodesis of the Cervical Spine;
     - Anterior Cord Syndrome
     - Anterior Subluxation & Wedge Fracture
     - Atlanto-Axial Arthrodesis
     - Atlantoaxial Rotatory Fixation:
     - Atlantoaxial Rotary Subluxation
     - Atlantooccipital Disassociation
     - Atlas
     - Axis
     - Bilateral InterFacet Dislocation
     - Brown Sequard Syndrome
     - Burst Fractures, lower cervical
     - Central Cord Syndrome

     - Cervical Stenosis:
     - Cervical Disc Replacement
     - Columns of the Spine:
              - Anterior column
              - Middle column
              - Posterior column

     - Compression Fractures
     - Cross Table Lateral
     - CT & MRI in Cervical Frx
     - Dens Fracture:
     - Development of Spine
     - Extension Teardrop Fracture of C2
     - Facet Joint Injuries
     - Flexion and Extension Views
     - Flexion Tear Drop Fracture
     - Grisel's Syndrome:
     - Gun Shot Wounds of the Spine:
     - Hangman's frx
     - Halo Collar
     - Hyperextension Injuries
     - Hyperextension dislocation
     - Hyperflexion Injuries
     - Incomplete Cord Lesions
     - Jefferson Fracture
     - Klippel Feil Syndome:
     - Kyphosis
     - Laminaplasty:
     - Ligamentous Instability:
     - Myelopathy
     - Normal Variants of Cervical Vertebrae
     - Oblique view
     - Occipital-Atanto-Axial Anomalies:
     - Odontoid Fracture/ Disease
     - Odontoid view
     - Orders for the Spine Injured Patient:
     - Os Odontoideum
     - Osteomyelitis of the Spine
     - Pediatric C-Spine
     - Physical Exam of the Cervical Spine:
     - Pillar View
     - Posterior Arthrodesis of the Subaxial Spine:
     - Prevertebral Soft Tissues
     - Pseudosubluxation of the C spine
     - Radiculopathy:
     - Radiology of the Cervical Spine:
     - References for Cervical Spine
     - References for Spine
     - Rheumatoid C-spine
     - SCIWORA Syndrome
     - Soft Disc Protrusion:
     - Spinal Cord and Meninges
     - Spondylosis 
     - Spinal Shock
     - Spinous Process Fracture
     - Stenosis
     - Stinger
     - Stress Radiographs
     - Torticollis
     - Transverse Ligament Rupture:
     - Tumors of the Spine
     - Uncovertebral joints
     - Unilateral Facet Dislocation:

Also see:
 Thoracic vertebrae
 Lumbar vertebrae
 Intervertebral Discs 

 "Oh, God, Thou has appointed me to watch over the life and health of Thy creatures;  here am I ready for my vocation and now I turn unto my calling.  May I never see in the patient anything but a fellow creature in pain."

        The Oath of Maimonides, 12 th century.

Clifford Roberts Wheeless III MD
Orthopaedic Specialists of North Carolina

Original Text by Clifford R. Wheeless, III, MD.

Last updated by Data Trace Staff on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 7:34 am