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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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The National Emergency X-Radiography Utilization Study (NEXUS) Low-Risk Criteria (NLC) has been developed for patients with suspicious cervical trauma with the goal of reducing unnecessary radiographic requests and improving standard imaging indications.
Epidemiology and risk factors of cervical spine injury during heating season in the patients with cervical trauma: a cross-sectional study.
A retrospective systematic review was conducted by searching the pubmed data base for latest literature on management, of cervical trauma. Guidelines, from different, associations, and organizations, were also studied, terms, like, cervical, trauma, spinal cord injury, cervical fracture, and cervical trauma, radiology and workup were included, from a period of 2000-2014.
Mechanisms in BCVI are thought to include cervical hyperextension or hyperflexion, internal carotid artery stretching over vertebral bodies one and two, direct cervical trauma, intraoral trauma, and basilar skull fracture involving the carotid canal [1, 5].
A 59-year-old woman is admitted in the emergency room after a motorcycle accident with cervical trauma. The patient was conscious and oriented, presenting dysphonia, hemoptysis, and increasing respiratory distress that led to the intubation of the patient by an anesthetist in the emergency room.
Lee, "Limitations of cervical radiography in the evaluation of acute cervical trauma," Journal of Trauma--Injury, Infection and Critical Care, vol.
Keywords: sporadic ALS, cervical trauma, blood-CSF barrier breaches, sALS etiology, cervical stenosis
So that its usefulness can be defined in patients suspected of cervical trauma in emergency room or in operation theatre.
Imaging the oesophagus after penetrating cervical trauma using water-soluble contrast alone: Simple, cost-effective and accurate.
The complications related to this problem include cervical trauma, creation of false tract and uterine perforation (2).
The consequences of thyroid gland rupture following blunt cervical trauma can be quite grave.