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Richard Nasca, MD

      - Management of the Spine Injured Patient:
      - Physical Exam of the Spine

     Anesthesia in the Spinal Cord Injured Patient:
     Ankylosing Spondylitis
     Annular Tear
     Anterior Cord Syndrome
     Arthrodesis of the Spine:
     Back Pain in the Adult:
     Back Pain in the Child:
     Blood Supply
     Brown Sequard Syndrome
     Burst fracture
     Cauda Equina Syndrome:
     Central Cord Syndrome
     Cervical Spine
     Chance Fracture
     Classification of Spine Fractures and their Mechanisms:
     Columns of the Spine:
           Anterior column
           Middle column
           Posterior column

     Compression Fractures
     Congenital Defects:
        - Hemivertebrae & Block Vertebrae
        - Spina Bifida
        - Spondylolysis

     Cotrel-Dubousset
     Development of Vertebral Column
     Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis:
     Disc Herniation
     Discogenic Pain
     Diskitis
     Dura
     Eosinophilic Granuloma of the Spine
     Flexion Distraction Injuries:
     Fracture Dislocation
     Fusion of the Spine
     Gun Shot Wounds
     Harrington Instrumentation
     Herniated Disc in the Adult:
     Herniated Disc in the Child:
     Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
     Intervertebral Discs
     Jacobs Rods:
     Kyphosis
     Lumbar Stenosis 
     Lumbar Total Disc Replacement
     Lumbar Vertebrae
     MRI of Spine
     Multisegmented Hook Instrumentation
     Myelodysplasia
     Myelogram:
     Myelomeningocele
     Myelopathy:
     Neuro Exam
     Occult Spondylytic Fractures
     Orders for the Spine Injured Patient:
     Os Odontoideum
     Osteomyelitis of the Spine:
     Physical Exam of the Spine
     Pressure Ulceration
     References
     Sacral Sparing
     Sacrum
     Scheuermann's Kyphosis
     Scoliosis
     Seat Belt
     Slipped Vertebral Apophysis:
     Spinal Cord and Meninges
     Spinal Shock
     Spine Frx / Class / Mechanisms
     Spondylolisthesis
     Syringomyelia
     Tethered Cord Syndrome
     Thoracic Vertebrae
     Thoracolumbar Surgical Approach
     Tumors of the Spine
     Urologic Management of the Spinal Cord Injured Patient:
     Waddel Criteria


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 Wednesday, February 1, 2012 12:04 pm