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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