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This book shows its authors' years of clinical experience with cervical spine injuries and their various sequels. The text is divided into four convenient sections: "Regional Anatomy," "Regional Developmental History," "Regional Pathology," and "Regional Traumatology." In each section the authors detail their methodical approach to the patient who presents with a cervical spine problem, which is thoroughly evaluated by individual assessment of the anatomy detailed on the X rays. The chapter that merits particular praise is "Regional Pathology," which describes precisely the numerous anatomical variations. The pathologic morphology is concisely presented.
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The Upper Cervical Spine.. Ann Intern Med. ;79:480. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-79-3-480_3
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1973;79(3):480.
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