cervical

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cervical

[′sər·və·kəl]
(anatomy)
Of or relating to the neck, a necklike part, or the cervix of an organ.
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A retrospective systematic review was conducted by searching the pubmed data base for latest literature on management, of cervical trauma.
Comparison of five-view and three-view cervical spine series in the evaluation of patients with cervical trauma.
Spinal cord injury without radiographic abnormality: results of the National Emergency X-Radiography Utilization Study in blunt cervical trauma.
Imaging the oesophagus after penetrating cervical trauma using water soluble contrast alone: Simple, cost effective and accurate.
Severe upper airway obstruction due to delayed retropharyngeal haematoma formation following blunt cervical trauma.
Gregory Trost delivered their lectures on dorsal cervical approaches, fixation techniques and cervical trauma management.
There are several reports on the use of the Bonfils for the intubation of patients with a normal airway under general anesthesia, as well as patients with unexpected or suspect difficult airway, including those who have failed intubation under direct laryngoscopy and patients with limited neck mobility and/or cervical trauma, intubation while the patient is awake and as a tool for percutaneous tracheostomy (3,7-9).
1) This becomes problematic when evaluating a cervical trauma patient for an often subtle fracture.
There was no history of poliomyelitis, cervical trauma, fracture and surgery of the right upper limb.
Risk factors and precipitating neck movements causing vertebrobasilar artery dissection after cervical trauma and spinal manipulation.
Therefore, fully conscious athletes who have cervical trauma can be cleared without radiographic studies provided the above criteria are met.
Nevertheless, it is important to correctly recognize the injury because missed cervical trauma in a neurologically intact patient can result in neurologic deterioration.