Full text full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version get a printable copy pdf file of the complete article 201k or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Multiple imaging modalities can be applied to imaging of the cervical spine after trauma including radiography computed tomography ct myelography ct myelography and magnetic resonance imaging mri controversy exists concerning the appropriate number of radiographic views required for the screening assessment of cervical spine injuries. The radiology of acute cervical spine trauma 3rd edition the radiology of acute cervical spine trauma 3rd edition zimmerman robert a 1997 01 01 000000 headache disorders nonconclusive second ultrasound testing book reviews is not consistently presented in the clinical a m anagem ent guide context and the relative advantages and fo r practitioners disadvantages of other technologies . Instability of the cervical spine can remain undetected on flexion extension plain radiograph or ct recent imaging protocols for the assessment of cervical trauma patients include routine ct of the entire cervical spine with three dimensional reformation and the utilization of mr imaging with fluid sensitive sequences
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