Subtle Presentation Of A Significant Neck Injury - Page #3
 

Lab Studies:
none

Other Studies:
C and T spine xrays: mild DJD at C4-6, otherwise normal.Case Photo #1,Case Photo #2 CT spine: non-displaced laminae and bilateral facet fractures of C6 and a spinous process fracture at C5 Case Photo #3, Case Photo #4, Case Photo #5, Case Photo #6, Case Photo #7, Case Photo #8, Case Photo #9.

Consultations:
Neurosurgery: MRI normal, no nerve or spinal cord compression.

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