|ECR 2013 / C-2110|
|Upper cervical trauma: study in acute phase and follow up|
Cervical trauma involving the C0 to C2 vertebrae is extremely important in terms of frequency and mortality, so it is essential to detect and characterise it correctly. CT it is the technique of choice in the acute phase and useful in the follow-up. MRI can add useful information. Functional plain films continue to be widely used in the follow up.
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